Why It's Important To Code Alcohol and Entertainment
Alcohol and entertainment must be separated from other expenses
and coded correctly to comply with Federal grant and contract
Alcohol and entertainment for business purposes are reimbursable;
however, the charges must never be submitted against a grant or
contract and must be coded correctly to expenditure type 873000.
Reference Expenditure Types
||-- are items such as airfare,
hotel, car rental, ground transportation, per diem or actual
meal expenses for travel domestically and in Canada.
||-- same items as above except
for travel internationally.
||Alcoholic Beverages & Entertainment
||-- are items such as an alcoholic
drink at dinner or social functions related to University
||-- are items such as hosting
a restaurant meal with guests for a University business
purpose, listing attendees and purpose, as distinct from
per diem or actual receipts for meals incurred by an employee
during a business trip.
||-- are items such as registration
fee for a conference, not airfare.