This list is not all-inclusive.  Travelers should use prudent judgment and remember that all travel expense accounts are open to the public and must be able to sustain the test of public review.

  • First Class Airline Tickets

  • Memberships in clubs for pleasure or recreation

  • Airline club memberships

  • Annual fees for personal credit cards

  • Auto repairs for personal vehicles

  • Baby sitting

  • Barbers and hair salons

  • Golf fees, ski lift tickets, etc.

  • Frequent flyer upgrades

  • Health club facilities

  • Limousines (unless cost effective and for business purpose)

  • Theft of personal property or funds

  • Movies (in flight or room)

  • Mini bar refreshments

  • “No show charges” for hotel or car rental

  • Personal entertainment

  • Pet care fees

  • Insurance fees such as LDW, PAI, and CDW for employees

  • Optional travel insurance including flight insurance

  • Books for classes (unless they remain property of State)

  • Snacks or refreshments unless they meet requirements in (Food & Beverages Procedures)

  • Non-business related newspapers or magazine subscriptions

  • Tuxedos or other formal wear

  • Clothing (non-uniform) or repairs to clothing damaged in the workplace

  • All expenses related to personal negligence of the employee, such as parking tickets or traffic fines

  • Holiday decorations

  • Alcoholic beverages

  • Charitable contributions

  • Gifts

  • Meals or travel for family members

  • Navigation systems

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