Expense Claim Instructions
A separate claim form should be prepared for each function requiring an expense claim. If some trip covers two or more functions, please indicate on claim form the appropriate cost allocation for each function.
- Payment will be made for travel over the most direct route.
- Economy airfare only may be claimed.
- If driving your own vehicle, a member may claim for the lesser of economy airfare or kilometres where applicable.
- A member may claim kilometreage in getting to the airport, as in Corner Brook to Deer Lake.
- Return Distances in Kilometres:
|Corner Brook||Gander||Clarenville||St. John’s||Deer Lake||Stephenville|
- The Association’s automobile reimbursement rates shall be established at 40% of the average cost of self-serve, regular
gasoline, as determined on the first day of each fiscal quarter and will remain constant for the specific quarter. It is understood
that the average cost referenced here shall mean the cost as determined for the island portion of the province.
- Taxi Fares, if in excess of $5.00 per trip, should be receipted.
Show Room Charge Only — please provide a receipt.
A per diem of $68.00 will usually apply. Breakfast – $15.00, Lunch – $20.00, Dinner – $33.00
D. DEPENDENT CARE
Your claim must be accompanied by a receipt.
E. PRIVATE ACCOMMODATIONS
$25.00 maximum will be paid to those using private accommodations instead of hotel rooms.
To cover expenses not included under previous headings. A brief explanation should be given in the description
G. PLEASE COMPLETE THE LOWER RIGHT-HAND SECTION. FROM THE TOTAL, DEDUCT:
- Charges such as hotel or airlines which may have been billed directly to NLTA.
- Credit card payments made by NLTA Executive (attach receipts).
THIS WILL LEAVE A TOTAL OF YOUR CLAIM.
Check the box for each type of expense you will have on the claim. Tabs will appear for each type you click. The sub-totals on this page are calculated from each of the expenses you include. But you should check them before you submit your claim.
Save as Draft allows you to save an Expenses Claim in process without losing any data. It will prompt you for your email address and to set a password, then email you a link that you can use to access your work in progress to complete at a later date.
If you are an employee of the NLTA, you can access your drafts through the LFWEB icon on your desktop.
Enter a line for each day you are claiming Per Diem. Click the link for ‘Add new per diem line’ to add additional days.
For each day you add, indicate which meals you are claiming. If meals are provided by an event you are attending, check no for that particular meal (i.e. if lunch is provided at no cost on a particular day, then click no for lunch on that day).
For each expense you are adding, please list the date of the receipt, a description of the expense, the type of expense, and the total cost.
You can click the link ‘Add new general expense line’ to create a new expense line. You should have a receipt for each line and upload those receipts on the final page of this expense claim.
Use this section if the NLTA paid all or a portion of your expenses by corporate credit card, cash advance, or directly.
You can list the expense and the amount paid by the NLTA. This can then be deducted from the total claim if the ‘Deduct’ checkbox is checked.
You can also use this section to list additional receipts that you did not pay but must be submitted. BUT be sure to uncheck the ‘Deduct’ checkbox or they will be deducted from your total.
“Enter the starting point and ending point of your trip.
There are links at the top of the form to lookup the Per KM rates as well as the allowable distances for trips.
Remember, when driving your own vehicle, a member may claim for the lesser of economy airfare or kilometres where applicable.
To add additional trips, click the ‘Add new KM expense line’.
Most photocopiers today are able to scan documents to a file or email. Or you can take a picture of the receipt with your phone and save it to your PC to attach to this form. You can upload jpg, png, bmp, tiff or PDF files. But they must be smaller than 5MB each and all files must not exceed 24MB. Otherwise, you will have to make them smaller in size.
REMEMBER: you must attach all receipts or your claim may be delayed.