Reimbursement requests must be received in the UNL Accounting office (401 Canfield) no later than 60 calendar days after the final day on which expenses were incurred. This State of Nebraska statutory requirement (81-1174) cannot be waived. The full statute can be reviewed here. We recommend reimbursement requests be received in the UNL Accounting office within 30 calendar days from which the expenses were incurred. To assist in determining the 60 day deadline, please consult the 60 day calendar.
The University of Nebraska has changed its International Travel Insurance provider to UnitedHealthcare Global. All NU faculty and staff who are full-time employees are automatically covered by this policy when they travel outside of the United States on University of Nebraska business.... Read more
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 requires that the University withhold income and FICA taxes on payments made to an employee, or to a third party on behalf of the employee, for all moving related expenses.... Read more
To address safety of UNL professionals traveling outside of the U.S., UNL now requires travelers to complete an electronic travel
authorization prior to booking travel and arrange all University-paid overseas travel with its travel services provider, Travel &
... Read more
The University of Nebraska is participating in a new Big10 contract with National Car Rental and Enterprise Rent-A-Car. University employees are encouraged to utilize this contract when traveling for business.... Read more