International Travel frequently consists of both business and personal components.
- If a trip is longer than one week, traveler must define what percent is business vs. personal.
- If business stay is 2 months or longer, that is considered an Extended Stay. For business travel of 2 months or longer, per diem is allowed for maximum of 3 weeks. After 3 weeks, the traveler will be reimbursed based on Actual expenses.
- First 3 weeks, per diem is acceptable.
- After 3 weeks, Actual expenses are used for lodging, meals and all other subsistence expenses
- Receipts are required for lodging.
- If on extended business travel, employee must submit request for reimbursement on a monthly basis.
- Advances from the Financial Office will require a detailed budget. Submit detailed budget with request (SRFC) to describe how the money will be used and which accounts will be charged.