If you incur business expenses for your work, you will often be able to claim them. You may not submit an expense claim for costs for which you have received a fixed allowance. You may also not submit an expense claim for costs that have already been reimbursed via another scheme.
You should discuss the expenses you want to submit with your supervisor first in order to avoid any problems when you submit your expense claim. Examples of business expenses are:
- Membership fees
- Professional literature
- Printing costs
- Corporate gifts
- Business lunches
Your expense claim should be submitted as soon as possible, within three months after the costs have been incurred. Find out more about submitting expense claims.