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Handbook of Business Procedures

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July 7, 2009
Oct. 26, 2010
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11.5.4. RECEIPTS

A. Introduction

In order for requests for reimbursement of travel expenses to be approved, receipts are required and must be submitted to Travel Services.

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B. Required Receipts

The following original receipts are required for reimbursement:

  • Airline receipts
  • Rental car receipts
  • Gasoline receipts
  • Bus, taxi, train receipts (for travel between cities)
  • Lodging receipts
  • Itemized meals receipts (when rules allow exceptions to limits)
  • Registration receipts
  • Miscellaneous expenses

Receipts are not required within a city for all other transportation, but the expenses must be itemized by date, locale, type, point-to-point, and amount. Receipts for parking expenses are not required.

C. Submitting Receipts

Records of travel expense reimbursements are imaged for long-term storage. Prepare and submit receipts as follows:

  • Receipts with information on one side should be taped to an 8.5 x 11-inch sheet of paper. Clear tape should be used. Do not cover relevant information with other receipts.
  • Receipts with information on two sides should not be taped. Also, receipts larger than 8.5 x 11 inches do not need to be taped.
  • Foreign receipts should note the exchange rates being used.
  • Receipts should be attached to a voucher transmittal form and sent to the Office of Accounting Travel Services (mail code K5300; Main Building, room 132) for processing. Do not use staples.
  • Refer to the Imaging and Documentation Services Document Preparation web page for further information about preparing documentation for scanning.

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Documentation Preparation

 

 

Part 11. Travel - Table of Contents