Not only may Finance be processing more expense reports in the new year, those totals will also probably be higher.
Business / Travel Expenses
You may still be thinking about your summer vacation – or may even be on it! but before you know it, year-end will be upon us again.
Your payroll staffers are going to be busier than usual! The Department of Labor (DOL) just announced it’s updating the Fair Labor Standards Act regs that control the regular rate of pay.
Right now, health and safety are major concerns in the business travel sphere, making contactless payments an appealing option for companies.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, your finance department has undoubtedly received some expenses that weren’t necessarily accounted for in your T&E budget.
Here’s new insight for your finance department on how to compliantly reimburse delivery drivers for their mileage expenses.
An employee has a business trip. She drives her car to the airport and leaves it there. Then you pay those parking charges. You may not have to.
To deter financial loss, CFOs have to keep a pulse on expense fraud. And one great way to do that is to hear right from the employees committing the crimes.
In today’s corporate climate, strict vigilance for expense report fraud is becoming even more important for your finance department.
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 […]
The old saying “Time is money” rings true for your travel reimbursement process.
Wondering how much your peers are spending on their T&E ventures? This report will give you a pretty clear picture.
As finance leaders know well, business travel is booming. And that puts controlling travel spend high on your priority list.
This holiday season, many of your employees are feeling extra generous … with your company’s money! Out-of-policy spending skyrockets in December, say the folks at AppZen.
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.
The payment method employees use when traveling can have a major impact on your T&E process – for better or for worse.
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