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The undersigned employee hereby agrees to reimburse the [name of
company] for any employee business expenses or advances that are
determined to be covered by any of the below situations:
1. Advances in excess of actual expenses
2. Expenses that are determined to be unjustified by management
3. Expenses that are determined by the Internal Revenue Service
not to constitute a deductible business expense pursuant to the
Internal Revenue Code of [Year].
4. Any expenses that are not properly documented
The amount to be repaid under the above situations is only that
amount in excess of that determined to be appropriate.
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Employee Expense Reimbursement Contract