An advance is a cash amount paid to a traveller before it is actually necessary, as the traveller has a credit card.
The cash advance must only be used to pay work-related travel expenses. Thus, it is possible to pay cash advances corresponding to the work-related expenses that the traveller will have to pay in cash while travelling. (Note that cash withdrawals abroad are allowed and will always be a private expense).
An advance must be proportional to the expected travel expenses and will only be paid in Danish kroner to the traveller's NemKonto/Easy Account.
Advances are government funds and can only be used for work-related expenses.
As a general rule, employees cannot receive an advance if they are entitled to a credit card. In some cases, a cash advance can be paid if it is not possible to pay with a credit card in the relevant country.
As a general rule, cash advances can only be paid to employees.
If an advance is to be paid to a student or external party, an approval from the head of department/school must be attached.
The advance may be paid no earlier than 14 days before the planned time of travel, unless it can be documented that the traveller will have an out-of-pocket expense prior to the aforementioned 14 days. For example, this could be a congress fee that cannot be paid in any other way.
A cash advance must be settled as soon as possible upon return, and by no later than three months after payment of the advance.
The cash advance will be settled in connection with final travel expense reporting in RejsUd - see this guide