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    3 Things International Corporate Travel Managers Never Have To Say

3 Things International Corporate Travel Managers Never Have To Say

There’s no doubt about it: global business travel presents some unique challenges for expense reporting. In one trip, a road warrior can visit a few different countries—each with their own currency. And while there’s no doubt that this is a glorious opportunity for new business (and a chance for the traveler to have some fun!), it can add up to a lot of headaches for the travel administrator.

By |February 10th, 2016|Blog, Expense Reports|
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    Automated Expense Report Processing Soothes Pain Points for Business Travelers and AP Administrators

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  • Businessman at airport with smartphone and suitcase checking emails before boarding Business Travel Expenses

Automated Expense Report Processing Soothes Pain Points for Business Travelers and AP Administrators

Taking advantage of supplier credit terms—paying invoices as close to their due dates as possible—is one strategy accounts payable departments employ to help manage cash flow. But when it comes to reimbursing employees for T&E expenses, this practice might not be the best policy.

By |January 27th, 2016|Blog, Expense Reports|
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    Why Create A Travel Expense Policy (And How To Do It)

Why Create A Travel Expense Policy (And How To Do It)

If your employees travel for business - regardless of your business size - you need to implement a travel expense policy. Yes, even if you’re a two-person operation and you both only travel twice a year. Here’s why: Get your business expenses under control, spend less and fight fraud Reinforce your corporate culture and discipline Simplify and speed-up your reimbursement process Get organized! Convinced yet? Here’s what a travel expense policy should cover: 1. Expense categories allowed for reimbursement. The most important groups include accommodation, travel (airlines, ground transportation, employee-owned vehicles) and meals. You might also want to include a

By |June 3rd, 2014|Blog, Expense Reports|

Mileage Tracking: What Do You Know About It?

Lots of companies are tracking mileage every day. You’d think they would know all the nuances of this matter. Well, in our experience it’s not always as obvious as it seems. Let’s see how well you know mileage tracking. Take the quiz: Why do you need to track mileage in the first place? a. To be reimbursed b. For tax deductions c. For fraud protection d. To control travel expenses Answer: Each answer is a reason to track mileage. For small businesses, it helps to keep tabs on expenses and get tax deductions. For larger companies, it helps with fraud protection

By |May 7th, 2014|Blog|
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    Tricks of the Trade Show

Tricks of the Trade Show

        It’s 7am and you find yourself sipping a coffee while wandering the inside of an almost-empty convention center. You’re sizing up the booth branded with your company logo and information; comparing it to your competitor’s booth two rows over. You’re confident that the advancements to your product this year have put you a cut above the rest. Your team has worked tirelessly on presenting everything in a simple, informative, and eye-catching manner. You’re wondering if you’ll get more foot traffic than last year. You’ve got an hour before doors open to tweak the arrangement of your

By |February 24th, 2014|Blog, Expense Reports|
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    Cost of Business Travel and How You Can Save

Cost of Business Travel and How You Can Save

Year after year, as the average cost of a business trip is increasing, companies are spending big money on business-related travel. From meeting with current and prospective clients to attending industry expositions, there is never a shortage of reasons for employees to pack a suitcase and hit the road. But all the costs associated with these trips end up inevitably being paid out of the company coffers. So just how much does it cost? Well let’s take a look. The average daily aggregate of land transportation, meals, and accommodations (known as the Corporate Travel Index) rose by 1.6% up to

By |January 21st, 2014|Blog, Expense Reports|
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