- I got a travel bursary. How do I show that in my expense report?
If you’ve received a travel bursary, it is important that you do not include any expenses paid for with that bursary in the reimbursable expenses in your report. Instead, expenses that were paid in full or in part by the travel bursary must be included in the non-reimbursable expenses, with a payment type of “Travel Bursary”.
For example, if you received a bursary for $550, and you’re airfare cost $700, list $550 for Airfare in the non-reimbursable expense tab, and $150 of airfare in the reimbursable expense tab. The total of the two expenses combined reflect the full amount paid for your airfare, but you will only receive reimbursement for the $150.
- How do I find out my funding default? (default fund, orgn)
When you fill out a request for a travel account, we will ask you for our funding default (fund, orgn). These numbers represent the source of money to pay for your travel costs, and can be provided by your supervisor or departmental administrator, depending on who is paying for your trip.
If you submit your request without this information, we will contact your supervisor to determine the appropriate fund and orgn to add to your profile.