Managing medical reimbursements is one of the most complex tasks employees undertake, in part because appointments and forms and websites are individually complex and collectively dizzying. The spreadsheet, checklist, and workflow will help you learn and succeed. Continue reading Winning on Your Reimbursement Journey
This is Part Three of a series to help you fine-tune your reimbursement workflow. Continue reading Your Reimbursement Workflow and Free Checklist
Why would you want to use a spreadsheet? Maybe you prefer to enter items to reimburse when they occur. That’s probably the simplest way to go, especially, if you don’t have many medical expenses.
I do recommend my spreadsheet if you have a lot of expenses and you’ve found it hard to track details. If you’re dealing with medical coverage, mileage, and manual submissions, you’ll need a little help so you aren’t derailed. Additionally, you need a place to follow your pending expenses or make notes. A spreadsheet will keep you on track.
If you don’t do spreadsheets that much, give this one a try. It’s all set up for you and is especially useful if you’re Cru staff. Continue reading Staying on Track with a Free Reimbursement Spreadsheet
Like you, I’m working through Cru’s new process for Healthcare reimbursements. This post is part one about working with invoices and receipts for any reimbursement. Part two will be about using a spreadsheet as you track and submit a P&A healthcare reimbursement Continue reading Organizing Reimbursements
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The Significance Project would be glad to come alongside you in your ministry. Continue reading An eMinistry of Significance
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