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    Binayak Mohanty
    Expense Report - Differentiate between Credit Card ER and...
    Topic posted May 23, 2018 by Binayak MohantyBlue Ribbon: 750+ Points, last edited January 30, 2019, tagged Expenses, Financials, Payables, Setup / Administration 
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    Title:
    Expense Report - Differentiate between Credit Card ER and Non Credit Card ER
    Summary:
    Expense Report - Differentiate between Credit Card ER and Non Credit Card ER
    Content:

    We are using Credit Card loader program and manual process to create expense report in Fusion. Now, Accounts Payable team would like to know the process to differentiate the expense report that created by Credit Card vs Manual one through AP invoice screen.

    Please suggest, how to differentiate the expense report in AP that are created between Credit Card and Manual Process.

     

    Thanking You

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    • Becky Alvarez

      I don't really understand the question here. Credit Card loader program loads in credit card transactions to Cloud Expenses, the employee then creates an expense report in Cloud Expenses and expenses the transactions that are loaded by the Credit Card Loader.  Expense Reports can include both Credit Card transactions and cash transactions which can generate payments to the Employee and to the Credit Issuer so I need to understand what exactly it is you are looking for and how you are splitting your expense reports between employee and Card Issuer i.e. company, Both or Individual Pay?

      • Binayak Mohanty

        Hi,

        I am trying to find a field in Invoice Entry page, that can identify an Expense report invoice created from Cash transaction or from Credit Card transactions.

    • Logan Wacker

      Im not sure I completely follow.

      But we had a requirement recently where we have reimbursable and non reimbursable expense items. Essentially we have employees using personal credit card and corporate card to cover travel expenses, and needed to denote whether an expense item was reimbursable/non-reimbursable. We used a DFF to control a yes/no flag on this field, and anything thats reimbursable then goes into an invoice and gets paid back to the employee. Is your situation similar?