For growing organizations, one area that often gets overlooked is the corporate expense policy. An expense policy outlines guidelines for expenses incurred by employees in the general course of business (outside of procurement expenses). Without one in place, your accounting team could be spending an excessive amount of time determining appropriate expenses and worse, employees could be taking advantage of the lack of guidelines and oversight. Join us to learn how to create and communicate a corporate expense report policy for your organization. Clear expectations equal happy employees.
- Recognize why a corporate expense policy is helpful.
- Identify the main components of an expense policy.
- Discover best practices for creating and implementing a policy for your organization.
- Consider how technology can help ease the expense reporting burden for your organization.
- Explore how corporate cards can benefit an organization and its employees.
- None required.
Who Should Attend
Finance and accounting leaders responsible for setting, influencing, and/or enforcing the corporate expense policy on behalf of their organization or their clients'.
If desired, consider your organization's current expense policy and processes prior to attending.
Sara serves finance and accounting professionals through orchestrating top-notch webinar programs designed to empower organizational transformation.
Liz is passionate about education and helping people reach their potential.
Liz's corporate finance experience includes progressive finance roles with Kellogg Company, Amway, and Open Systems Technologies. At Amway, Liz was responsible for management reporting for Amway’s portfolio companies and financial planning & analysis for Amway’s finance and executive divisions. Prior to that, Liz served clients in the utilities, insurance, and manufacturing industries in the assurance practice at PricewaterhouseCoopers.
Liz is a licensed CPA in the state of Michigan. She leads Partnerships & Education for Encoursa.
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Date & Time
Monday, February 13, 2023
1:00 PM EST (see additional timezones)
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