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Payments for Business Travel expenses must comply with IRS regulations and are subject to the guidelines, restrictions, and requirements described in the UMB Policy on Business Travel for Employees and Nonemployees and related Financial Services Procedures on Business Travel. Within these guidelines, Business Travel expenses may be an allowable use of UMB Funds. Reimbursement requests are processed via the eTravel System and must be submitted within 60 days after the return date.
- Yes. A request for reimbursement must be entered into the eTravel System within 60 days after the return date. After 60 days, the reimbursement request is subject to income tax withholding. After six months, the reimbursement request cannot be paid.
- Log into MyUMB. Click eTravel Home Page>View an eTravel Form>enter form number or recipient’s name>Search>Select form>The Pay End Date should appear in the upper right-hand corner of the eform if the form has been paid.
- From the same screen, click Next to see the Form History page. On this page, you can view the Workflow Form Status. If the status is Executed, the payment is in progress. If the status is something other than Executed, skip down to the Transaction Log to determine who needs to approve the form. For additional assistance, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Receipts must be scanned and uploaded into the eTravel System.
Original receipts for Employee reimbursements must be retained in the department.
Original receipts for nonemployee reimbursements must be delivered to Financial Services within two weeks of submitting the etravel expense form. See page 27 of the Procedure on Business Travel for Nonemployees.
- A Missing Receipt Certification Form can be completed. Financial Services will review the circumstances to determine whether the form is sufficient documentation to support the expense.
I. Lucy is an employee who attended a conference in New York scheduled from 8 a.m. on March 3 through 5 p.m. on March 5. She left March 2 and returned March 8. Her expenses are as follows:
- Mileage to BWI airport = 30 miles less 20 commute miles
- Round-trip airfare = $585.00
- Taxi to N.Y. hotel = $37, includes tip
- 5 nights at N.Y. hotel = $1,750, includes taxes
- Taxi to N.Y. airport = $52, includes tip
- Parking at BWI = $72
- Meals — no meals were provided by the conference
- Mileage home from the BWI airport = 30 miles less 20 commute miles
Lucy cannot find her receipt for the BWI parking.
- Lucy must submit her reimbursement by May 2 to avoid having taxes withheld on the payment.
- Mileage is reimbursable for up to 10 miles each way, to and from BWI.
- Round-trip airfare is reimbursable. Receipt showing the airfare and related fees is required.
- Taxis are reimbursable. Receipts showing fare and tip are required.
- Lodging is reimbursable as follows: Lucy is eligible for up to three nights of lodging — March 2, March 3, and March 4.
- Parking is reimbursable for March 2–March 5. Lucy must complete the Missing Receipt Certification Form.
- Eligible meals:
- March 2 and March 8: 75% of $69
- March 3–March 5: $69
II. Using the same information in the previous scenario, suppose Lucy submits her reimbursement request May 15. Lucy is required to complete the Late Submission Form acknowledging that her request is more than 60 days past the trip return date. Taxes will be withheld from her reimbursement.