Department of Industrial Relations - Workers' Compensation
Yes. Refer to http://dir.alabama.gov/docs/guides/wc_mileage.pdf for specific amounts. Contact your adjuster regarding how to submit for reimbursement.
FAQ: Frequently Asked Questions - Online Learning - Ithaca C...
Some organizations may offer their employees a tuition reimbursement program for educational expenses. If your organization has a program, make sure it covers non-credit programs or ones that offer continuing education units (CEU). Sometimes tuition reimbursement only applies to courses offering credit, and sometimes only credits offering letter grades or leading to a degree.
Frequently Asked Questions About Pregnancy
You'll be seeing your obstetrician, midwife, or other prenatal care specialist very regularly over the next nine months. But how do you know when to call the doctor between prenatal checkups? What's normal and what's not? If you experience any of the following symptoms, call your health care provider immediately: Significant slowing in the baby's movements after 28 weeks (less than 10 movements in a 2-hour period).
Frequently Asked Questions | Ironwood Maine
Yes, transportation is provided to scheduled appointments. Local doctors and medical facilities are located within eight miles of Ironwood. Ironwood has 911 service available for emergency needs.
Is an employee entitled to mileage reimbursement when he or she must travel to receive medical care?Workers' Compensation Frequently Asked Questions - Environme...
employee will be entitled to reimbursement for travel if it becomes reasonably necessary to travel more than 20 miles (one way) in order to obtain appropriate and necessary medical care. Yes. Receipt of workers' compensation income benefits does not automatically make a person ineligible for the benefits listed above. However, the amount of benefits due under other programs may be affected by receipt of workers' compensation income benefits.
Cal Poly Pomona
HR Letter 2005-49 revises the standard business mileage reimbursement rate, which will be 44.5 cents per mile, decreased from 48.5 cents per mile, effective January 1, 2006.
Travel and Reimbursement Questions and Answers
No. Services are paid with a Direct Payment Voucher (DPV). Independent Contractor status will be reviewed before payment. You may need to provide additional information. This rule applies to any service oriented agreements with non-university staff. If a university staff provided the service, submit an extra service payment form to your FSR/HR Specialist.
Office of Labor Relations
You and your spouse/domestic partner must each complete and submit an MBF Member Health Club Reimbursement Program Claim Form and proof of payment from the health club every six months. Send both to:
Frequently Asked Questions
What are current local weather conditions like? Are there web cams that show me current conditions in Lincoln? Yes. I need to request travel funds from the Department. What form do I need? Here are three versions of the form:
The round trip distance traveled is more than 100 miles or time involved is 4 hours or more and a motor pool vehicle is requested, but is not available. Faculty or staff members are located in an area not served by campus motor pools or when use of a motor pool vehicle is not reasonable or feasible (i.e. to/from airport and left in airport parking while away). top
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's) :Main Campus Finance Offi...
The Federal standard business mileage rate for transportation expenses paid or incurred, beginning January 1, 2008, is 50.5 cents per mile, up from 48.5 cents per mile. The moving mileage rate is 19 cents per mile (plus tolls), down from 20 cents per mile. (Payroll Services memo from Viola Dortch, 12/3/07) Effective July 1, 2008 through December 31, 2008, the standard business mileage rate for business miles driven will increase to 58.
Total Ministry FAQ
part of the team ministers' training and formation, they visited people in our congregations. It provided the opportunity for people to ask questions about Total Ministry and began to establish a pastoral relationship between congregations and their new ministers.
Talking with family, friends and caregivers
Keep a list between appointments with things you want to report and questions you want to ask. Bring the list with you to appointments. Tell your doctor at the beginning of the appointment that you have a list of things to discuss in order to assure that there will be time to review your concerns and questions. If you haven't gotten or don't understand an answer to your question ask it again, or ask for a simpler explanation.
U of M: Purchasing Services: Travel Services: Travel FAQ (Fr...
It's strictly a departmental budgetary call. It's often more convenient and less costly to drive a University Fleet car or your personal car if the travel is within the State of Minnesota. For out-of-state destinations, it's best to do a comparison between flying and driving to determine the least costly method.
Vanderbilt University Procurement & Disbursement Services
Travelers are encouraged to rebook unused tickets within a reasonable timeframe whenever possible. If a ticket has to be changed and a penalty is incurred, the traveler may claim reimbursement from the University for the penalty. If it is not possible to use the ticket through rebooking, then, subject to (a) approval by the appropriate manager and (b) the requirement that the cost be charged to an unrestricted center, the cost may be submitted for reimbursement.
JMU - Frequently Asked Questions
The reimbursement rate for mileage is available in an online table. Campus Visitors, such as consultants and speakers, University Board of Visitors members and certain prospective employees may be reimbursed for all personal vehicle mileage at the maximum mileage reimbursement rate. Rates for cities and countries outside the 48 contiguous states can be found at www.state.
ADHA - Advanced Dental Hygiene Practitioner Frequently Asked...
The ability for dental hygienists to be reimbursed through Medicaid is controlled at the state level. The creation of the ADHP should lead to even more states adopting regulations for Medicaid reimbursement given that more dental hygienists will be providing services directly to the public.