A guide to understanding the official HMRC policy on storage and replication of paper receipts and how it is relevant to you and your organisation.
Did you know you no longer need to keep paper receipts?
HMRC’s use of the word “original” copies of receipts causes a lot of confusion; does this mean that an original receipt needs to be available (i.e. one from the shop not a hand made one) or does it simply mean an original paper copy needs to be available to HMRC? And just how long must they be kept for?
Selenity joined forces with the CIPP to seek clarity for finance professionals over the online vs. paper receipts debate.
Download this whitepaper to discover why so many organisations have made the move to digital expenses.