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Tip of the week


The purpose of the Tip of the Week is to address the most commonly asked questions every week.

There is a Concur Drop In Session every month, click here to find out more.

TIP 24Did you know you can delegate your Concur activities to someone else?  You can assign someone to claim your expenses, reconcile your credit card and/or perform approval on your behalf.

TIP 24As an approver, how can I view comments - the comments field is empty?

TIP 23What do I do if I want to dispute a transaction on my credit card?

TIP 22What do I do if I've spent more than my cash advance?

TIP 21What City of Purchase do I use when paying for travel (such as airfare and accommodation?)

TIP 20How do I view receipts when approving in Concur?

TIP 19How can I view the history of my past approvals?

TIP 18How can I charge an expense across more than one project/chartfield?

TIP 17What supporting documentation around travel approval  do I need to provide for Travel related expenses?

TIP 16How do I make sure I'm reconciling a credit card transaction and not claiming an out of pocket expenes?

TIP 15How can I view ALL my credit card transactions (both past and present)?

TIP 14I got paid for some credit card transactions, what do I do?

TIP 13I used my University credit card for a personal expense - what do I do?

TIP 12How can I view all my submitted claims?

TIP 11What does the Cost Object Warning mean?

TIP 10How do I repay the unspent balance of my cash advance?

TIP 9How can I apply the same entry to a field across many lines of expenses (i.e., apply the same project id to many lines)

TIP 8How can I view one big claim in summary?

TIP 7When do I need to specifically name attendees?

TIP 6I have a function with many attendees, how do I deal with that?

TIP 5:  Where do I put the project details when applying for a cash advance?

TIP 4As a Portfolio Manager, what am I approving?

TIP 3Why is the missing receipt declaration greyed out?

TIP 2I submitted an expense claim, why did I only receive 0.05c?

TIP 1How can I check the status of my Claim?