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Q. We have an employee who is requesting reimbursement from our establishment for the use of their own personal property. Can this be done if it is with in the scope of their job? There were no… Read More
Q. Can a company refuse to pay expense reimbursements to employees because of late submission? The policy states that all expenses must be submitted within 30 days, but there are employees… Read More
Q. What is the industry best practice for cardholders who do not reconcile their expense reports? A. (answered by the IOFM Advisory Panel ----- This should be part of your policies and procedures.… Read More
Q. We are looking to change our reimbursement policy to use a per diem for meals instead of actual expenses. However, we have some travelers that are issued a P-card and use it for their meals while… Read More
Q. We have a traveler that went to Amsterdam and is requesting the following: International travel per diem food and incidentals - 1 day at $149; but he is also asking for hotel, food and… Read More
The Accounts Payable team can serve as a solid line of defense against a common source of leaked dollars—Travel & Entertainment (T&E) fraud. By checking employee expense reports carefully and… Read More

It depends—for some charges, the card statement provides adequate documentation. Also keep in

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By Pam Miller, APMD According to the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE), 14.0 percent of fraud is related to T&E. Perhaps it's time for AP to take another look at how to stop the

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