How To Improve Your Reimbursement Policy, Procedures, and Governance



The reimbursement process for traveling employees need not be an annoyance for all involved. Employees and accounting functions can avoid burying themselves in forms and receipts while reconciling varying approaches to spending. Fortunately, the best practices that streamline the reimbursement process also provide a significant opportunity to reduce costs, increase productivity, prevent fraud, and better support employees. This article details best practices and examples from the secondary research for travel and expense governance and policy. 

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