The following is only relevant to you if you invoice travel costs to the TYPO3 Association as an *European Company*.
Because the original accounting sources (such as train tickets) remain in your company, you are only eligible for invoicing the *net value* of your expenses to the TYPO3 Association.
In detail, this means that:
- Your employee will invoice the full travel expenses towards the company, with all the original accounting sources attached (for example train tickets etc).
- Because your company has then the original accounting sources, it can claim a refund of the VAT from the tax authority.
- Your company can then send an invoice to the TYPO3 Association, billing only the *net value* of the travel expenses, with no VAT added at all (because the TYPO3 Association is located in Switzerland outside the European Union).
- As usual, make sure to attach copies of the train tickets or of other prooves of travel to the invoice for the TYPO3 Association.
Alternatively, instead of claiming the remibursement through your company, you (as individual person) can also directly ask for refund to the TYPO3 Association. In this case, the full value of travel costs can be reimbursed. If this sounds easier to you, make sure to use the corresponding form.