Reimbursement

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Reimbursement

Payment made to someone for out-of-pocket expenses has incurred.

Reimbursement

The act or concept of repaying a person or organization for expenses it incurred that rightly belonged to another party. Reimbursement is common between employees and employers. For example, if an employee pays for his/her own hotel room while on a business trip, the employer will likely reimburse him.
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Orthopedic shoes and inserts (for orthopedic shoes, you can be reimbursed only for the extra cost over buying non-orthopedic shoes).
Sally adequately substantiated her expenses and Hastings reimbursed her.
Board members and executives also ate at gourmet restaurants and were reimbursed for meal expenses up to the IRS per diem rate, or $99 per day.
I paid her $85 per session, and my health plan reimbursed me 80 percent.
County government also spent money, above the $350 million, that was reimbursed for emergency and pregnancy-related services, he said.
The question is whether the hourly per diem paid to the nonlocal employees as reimbursed travel expenses are "wages" subject to employment taxes.
Brompton Preferred Management Limited, the Manager of the Fund, does not value the foreign currency contracts; however, Brompton will ensure that the Fund will be reimbursed for the overpayment.
M reimbursed A for the medical expenses incurred prior to the establishment of the plan in accordance with the plan terms.
This 'free site' is not free because the state would not have reimbursed us for the cost of developing the site.
Brompton FFI Management Limited, the Manager of the Fund, does not value the foreign currency contracts; however, Brompton will ensure that the Fund will be reimbursed for the overpayment.
The payments will be an amount equal to half of the sales tax revenue generated by the development and would continue until the amount is fully reimbursed.
The taxpayer in the ruling was a large corporation that reimbursed its employees for their business travel expenses pursuant to a travel policy that required a completed expense report accompanied by a receipt for expenditures exceeding a certain amount.