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Travel Claim for Previous Client Site
by flawless101 at 10:28 28/10/16 (Ask-Legal-Accounting)
My Client has two sites that are around 30 miles apart.
This question is regarding whether I can claim travel for working on a site that I previously worked on.
I have been with my current client for around 5 years. My client has 2 sites which are 30 miles apart.

I started on site A and claimed travel. When it became apparent that I was going to be there for 24 months I stopped claiming.

My client then asked me to work on Site B. I claimed travel until up to 24 months, then I stopped. I am currently still on Site B.

Now I have been asked if I could go back to working at Site A.

My question is, am I now allowed to claim expenses for travelling to Site A, knowing that I have claimed them previously nearly 4 years ago?

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