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What covers the Public Transportation benefit category and how does it work?

This article provides clarity on the main inquiries concerning the Public Transportation Benefit.




What is this benefit and what is the associated tax exemption?

This benefit is related to expenses incurred for your own public transportation pass. This benefit allows you to pay for your monthly public transportation pass, exempt from income tax (IRS) and social security contributions (TSU).


What expenses are considered in the Public Transportation Benefit?

Note that this benefit only applies to transportation cards acquired for the employee and is not extended to any other family member.


What are the payment methods for the Public Transportation Benefit?

This category operates only under the reimbursement method.


Why do I not have this benefit available?

The company can determine which benefits and payment methods will be made available for employees to use. If you do not have the benefit or a payment method available, it means your company has not included this option in your benefits package.


My balance is lower than the invoice amount. Can I still request reimbursement?

You should consult your company's benefits policy to answer this matter, as the decision to accept or decline this type of reimbursement is up to the company.

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