In today’s dispersed and remote world, credit cards are an efficient payment method for business purchases. But not every employee needs a corporate card, meaning many use their own personal credit cards.
Get ready to have a serious case of deja vu! The FY 2021 per diems look a lot like FY 2020’s rates. In fact, the standard CONUS rate will hold steady for the year beginning October 1. That number: $151, broken out as $96 for lodging and $55 for meals and incidental (M&IE) expenses. There’s […]
Good news: Your company can safely reimburse remote employees for their home internet access without jeopardizing your compliance. The IRS chief of employment tax examination in the Small Business/Self-Employed Division recently weighed in on this timely tech topic. Of course, as with anything with the Taxman, there are conditions. Here’s how to reimburse for home […]
Right now, as many companies deal with remote work and resulting process changes, the clarity of your A/P policies becomes even more important.
Your master vendor file can help simultaneously boost compliance, monetary savings, payment accuracy and business relationships.
The slow-climbing – then rapid – shift to a remote business world has furthered the argument for replacing manual finance processes with electronic ones.
An international pandemic has turned the world upside down, and your accounts payable department is largely feeling the impact.
What makes a Procure-to-Pay (P2P) process best-in-class? The answer to that question changes over time as the roles of P2P change, too.
Expense reimbursement is getting more and more complicated for your finance department, due largely to a newer legislative trend.