Employee reimbursement for use of personal property

October 2, 2019

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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 receipts to substantiate the expense. Follow-up questions: What, specifically, is the employee requesting reimbursement for? They are asking to be reimbursed for the use of their aquapod fishing kayak that they own personally instead of renting one. Can you please list the items and the situation in…

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