Correcting Out-of-Pocket Expenses Mistakenly Paid by the University in e-Expense
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First Published :Thu Sep 18 13:51:07 GMT 2014
Last Modified :Thu Apr 21 13:27:01 GMT 2022
Last Published :Thu Apr 21 13:27:01 GMT 2022
An expense was put through on an approved expense report as an out of pocket expense but was in fact paid for by the university corporate card. How can that be rectified?
If the Corporate Card transaction has NOT been processed you need to mark the transaction as personal. See Personal Purchases Erroneously Made on the Corporate Card; e-Expense Process for instructions.
If the Corporate Card transaction has been processed, follow the steps below.
To correct an out-of-pocket expense mistakenly paid for by the university, (via a Corporate Card), you must enter an expense for the amount owed (should be a negative -$50.00) to the university expense on your next e-Expense report.
Confirm what you are owed or what you owe Tufts University
To know what you are owed or what you owe Tufts, review your report before submitting. Click the “Print” button (page 15 of user guide). In the “Total Due Traveler” field you see a negative number, this value represents money owed to Tufts.What to do when you owe Tufts?
If you owe money on an e-Expense report, a credit voucher will be created within TSS Accounts Payable.
To pay Tufts back, you have two options:
- If you expect to receive another reimbursement (sufficient to cover the amount) within 60 days you can leave the credit as is and the amount owed will be deducted from the next reimbursement.
- If you will not be getting a reimbursement or wish to pay Tufts back now, send a check to Tufts Support Services/Attn: Travel/169 Holland St/Somerville. TSS will deposit the money into the DeptID and remove the credit from the system. Please make checks payable to “Trustees of Tufts College” and reference the report number.
- Make sure what you owe Tufts takes into account any other payments Tufts may be making to you such as another reimbursement (cell phone for example).
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