Trip Provision Variant

Technical name: 0TV_VARIANT

Use

A trip provision variant is a division of trip provisions according to area of validity (for example, public or private sector) or travel expense settlement method (for example, US receipt settlement, US settlement (high-low), US settlement (M&IE)).

Trip provisions are the rules used to determine the reimbursement of travel expenses and how they are dealt with for tax purposes. Each trip provision is defined for one trip provision variant. Depending on the different influencing factors (for example, trip type, trip activity type, trip area, reimbursement groups) you can determine the per diem/flat rate, maximum and deduction amounts.

A trip provision variant is valid for just one country or one industry. You can, however, define more than one trip provision variant for one country or industry.

Example

In the Federal Republic of Germany different trip provisions apply for the public and private sectors. If both areas are to be portrayed in one system, two different trip provision variants must be defined for them.

Country

Area

Trip provision variant

Description of variant

Germany

Private enterprise

01

Settlement Germany: private enterprise

Germany

Public sector

02/D1

Settlement Germany: public sector

Technical Data

Available from Release

2.0

Data element

MOREI