Information Required for Reimbursement
An employee adequately accounts for travel expenses by an expense report showing dates and destinations of business travel along with documentary evidence (such as receipts), mileage and other expenses related to business travel.
Travelers must record the dates and location of business travel from the official station. The traveler must show this same information for points where business is conducted or for a stopover or official rest stop location when the arrival or departure affects the fixed meal allowance or other travel expenses.
TIME LIMIT TO SUBMIT EXPENSE REPORT:
All expense reports for University business travel are to be submitted within 120 days from the end of the business trip. Any travel expense reports submitted after 120 days will be reported to the Tax Department and added to the traveler's taxable income.