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120 Days Travel

Employees must request reimbursement no later than 120 days after date of the expenditure. Late submissions may only be reimbursed with the approval of the department and A&S. Supporting documentation must be provided in order to describe the circumstances leading to the late submission in order to evaluate whether it is a taxable event. If the circumstances described would not have prevented the traveler from submitting within the proper timeframe (120 days), they are considered taxable income. Expense reimbursements requested more than one year from the date of expenditure are always considered taxable income to the traveler.

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