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Border Crossing

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Please can you guide me on the effect of Border Crossing on per diem

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Vaman

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  • Posted on Aug 10, 2016 at 01:14 PM

    Hello Vaman

    Please check the documentation for the IMG entry below for information regarding Border crossing for Per diems:

    Define Rules for Border Crossings

    Different border crossing rules exist for meals per diems, depending on the travel expenses laws for each country.

    The rules for the meals per diem amount to be paid for the day that the border crossing takes place are defined by the different countries.

    If you want to use a border crossing rule for the day of the return trip (border crossing from foreign country to domestic country) or for the outbound trip (border crossing from domestic country to international destination), you must activate these rules here.

    For border crossings on the return journey you can decide whether this rule should apply for all international trips, or whether it should only be applied to trips that last for several days. You cannot make this differentiation for outbound journeys.

    You must define what countries per diem should be reimbursed for each of the activated border crossing rules. You can choose from the following two options depending on the time that the border is crossed:

    •The domestic per diem or the per diem for the country where the last business place was located, or

    •The domestic per diem or the per diem for the country where the border was crossed.

    You must specify the times for the border crossing rule as constants for the outbound and return journey in Customizing for Travel Expenses under Master Data -> Check Travel Expenses Constants.

    Regards,

    Keith

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