Most expenses that do not require a receipt still must be substantiated. Travel expenses that do not exceed $75 are an example of these types of expenses. For example, assume a pilot or flight attendant tips the van driver $1 to get from the airport to the hotel. That $1 tip does not require a receipt because it is less than $75 (note that having 100 $1 tips does not require receipts, but 1 $100 expense would because the individual expense exceeded $75). Even though a receipt for a van tip might not be required, it still must be substantiated.
EZPerDiem helps to automatically substantiate van tips.
EZPerDiem helps pilots and flight attendants with their flight crew taxes by:
If you do not benefit, we will provide a 100% refund!