michigan 31504 640

Quick Hit: Mich. Expenses for Employees Attending a Board Appointed Examination

23 Oct, 2023 Frank Ferreri

michigan 31504 640
                               

Detroit, MI (WorkersCompensation.com) -- In Michigan, expenses incurred by the employee attending a Board appointed examination are to be paid for by the employer. The following rates of reimbursement apply for travel.

ItemsAmounts
Mileage Reimbursement$0.46
Overnight lodgingActual costs or a maximum of $120 per evening for overnight lodging. Reimbursement for overnight lodging is allowed only when the employee has traveled 150 miles or more, one way, from the employee's place of residence.
Meals$6 for breakfast, $6 for lunch, and $16 for dinner. Reimbursement for meals is allowed only when the employee has traveled 50 miles or more, one way, from the employee's place of residence.
TollsActual charges for tolls, accompanied by a receipt.
AdvancesEmployees may be advanced funds to cover the expenses of travel by making a request to the employer. The employer shall make every effort to honor such requests in a timely manner.
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