Teepees & toilet paper: CFOs reveal craziest expense report submissions
"A person lost his personal cell phone somewhere in the office, so he submitted the cost of a new one."
"Replacement cost for a suit the employee lost on his own"
"Expensive lunch for the employee, without clients"
"Flowers the employee bought for his wife"
"Expenses for his son's birthday party"
"The most unusual thing I saw was a submission for something that had already been expensed and reimbursed."
Think youve seen/heard it all from employees looking to claim questionable reimbursements on expense reports? Think again. Robert Half Management Resources polled CFOs on the most unusual submissions; here are the funniestand most fraudulentresponses.