Here's how to input different travel expenses in Crunch, however, for general advice on what you can claim for, click here
Journeys by train, bus, or taxi should be recorded under the expense type 'Travel and Subsistence > Public Transport and Taxis':
See our “Should I have a company car, van or motorcycle?” article for our advice on personally-owned vs company-owned vehicles.
You can also claim for parking and congestion charges under expense type 'Travel and Subsistence > Parking and Tolls', but you can't claim for parking or speeding fines:
You can only claim the fixed mileage allowance of 20p per mile if you own the bike personally, and the journey is purely for business.
If the bicycle is company-owned, you can't make a claim.
Our general advice is not to own the bike personally - you can read our advice in full in our “How do I record my bicycle as an expense through my Crunch account?” article.
If you’re travelling abroad by public transport, you can record this journey using the expense type of ‘Travel and Subsistence > Overseas Travel’:
If you’re using a personally-owned car abroad, the mileage can be claimed as normal.