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Everything you need to know about the different types of expenses


Business expenses correspond to expenses incurred by an employee or a self-employed person for the needs of their business activity.
 

Jenji enables you to manage standard expenses, mileage expenses or allowances.
 

The most common, standard expenses

 

A 'standard' expense is an expense that has been incurred, and for which evidence of payment has been provided to you. This evidence can be:
 

  • A paper receipt: restaurant, shop, taxi, toll receipt, etc.
  • A digital invoice: PDF file generated by a supplier of energy, telephones, transport, etc.
 

To enter a standard expense in Jenji, a supporting document needs to be associated with it. This may be photographed, imported or otherwise transferred by email. Once the expense has been created, the document will be synchronised and available at any time in your Jenji account.
 

Be careful, therefore, don't throw away your paper receipts! They will be requested from you in the event of a tax audit. If you want to free yourself from paper for good, opt for the digital safe with probative value.
 

An integrated module for mileage expenses

 

Do you use your personal vehicle for your business activity?
Jenji allows you to declare your trips with ease, and calculates the amount of your mileage allowances for you.
 

 

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No supporting documents required with allowances

 

The 'allowance' type is useful if you want to provide your employees with a fixed amount for a specific type of expense, for example a Meal Allowance of €16.80, or a Rent Allowance of €300. Entering an allowance does not require any supporting documents. The only data to be completed by the employee is the date of the expense.
 

 

 

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