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    3 Reasons to Include Ride-Sharing Services into your Corporate T&E Policy

3 Reasons to Include Ride-Sharing Services into your Corporate T&E Policy

Move over limo and keep idling taxicab, because more people are hopping into ridesharing vehicles when they’re on the job. Travel managers have to ask the question: How will ridesharing services impact our T&E policy and expense management process?

By |July 13th, 2016|Blog, Expense Reports|
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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|

Keeping Travelers Happy: The Importance of Rapid Reimbursement

It takes a different breed to be a business traveler. Acting as the face of your company, your corps of business travelers spend weeks away from their families, friends and creature comforts. It pays to keep your team happy, minimizing the stress that comes with each economy class long-haul flight, delay or last minute move.

By |December 2nd, 2015|Blog, Expense Reports|
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    The Top 9 Questions Asked By Today’s B2B Software Buyers

The Top 9 Questions Asked By Today’s B2B Software Buyers

Maybe you’re looking for an easier way to manage your company’s travel expenses. Admitting that your existing system isn’t working for you is the first step!

By |November 18th, 2015|Blog, Expense Reports|

What To Look For When Selecting Expense Management Software (Part 1)

If you’re reading this post (first of all, welcome!), you’re likely already thinking about managing your expense reports in a different and more efficient way. Certainly, there can be a lot to consider when trying to choose an expense management software solution.

By |January 15th, 2015|Blog, Expense Reports|

Tax Time & Business Expenses

Before you start calculating taxes for your year’s business travel expenses, there are several things you should consider. Here’s a few things we feel are important. 1. To be deductible, your travel expenses must qualify as ordinary and necessary… well this sounds a bit vague, doesn’t it? What it means is: these expenses must occur during a business trip away from home, the purposes of the expenses need to be purely business-oriented, and the amount claimed should be “expectable” (ie: close to industry benchmarks). 2. Next, what is a tax home? According to the IRS, your tax home is “your regular

By |March 27th, 2014|Blog|
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