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This one concerns my unpaid expenses. The company I work for

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This one concerns my unpaid expenses. The company I work for sent me to a client four times in March and April. I paid for my accommodation, food and travel expenses with my private credit card and submitted the expense claims with all necessary receipts at the end of March and April. I have not been paid yet.

My question is this: can I charge the company finance charges that I have incurred from the credit card company.
Submitted: 5 years ago.
Category: California Employment Law
Expert:  Tina replied 5 years ago.
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You would typically be entitled to reimbursement for all charges incurred on behalf of the employer in reliance on their reimbursement policy, so I would include the finance charges if the employer is late in reimbursing you.

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