The reimbursement must always be accompanied by a receipt stating what the expense is.
The receipt should show the seller (i.e. place of purchase), the seller's business ID, the amount, the VAT rate, the product purchased and the date of purchase. The expense must be directly and exclusively related to the work being billed.
If you send us an invoice, we will also need proof of payment. This can be, for example, a screenshot of your online bank.
Please note that the expense must be acquired as an individual, i.e. the receipt or invoice must be addressed to you and not to your company or customer company, for example.
Unfortunately receipt made by handwriting is invalid. Nor can we accept a refund for a product purchased from an individual.
An example of an receipt:
NOTE! Always keep the original receipts with you.
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