Mobility

become.1 Mobility is a sub-module of become.1 Flex. It can be provided by employers individually, in combination with other become.1 Flex benefits or as part of the full version of become.1 Flex.

Employers use become.1 Mobility to provide a virtual mobility allowance for their employees. By uploading receipts, employees can have mobility expenses subsidised by their employer.

The mobility allowance is paid out in the following month with the salary payment.

Employees can have mobility expenses subsidised by uploading receipts in the become.1 application:

Important:

In the Mobility module, costs for journeys within Germany can be reimbursed. A distinction is made between three types:

  • Local public transport
  • Long-distance public transport
  • Other travel

When submitting on the platform, the following must be stated in addition to the receipt:

  • Type of transport
  • Date of service
  • Travelling expenses

 

Local public transport

Travel by local public transport between home and the first place of work and for private journeys is reimbursable. E.g. bus, tram, underground, suburban train, regional train, etc.!

For example, the ticket, the invoice or a transaction receipt can be submitted.

The following information must be clearly evident from a cost certificate:

  • Date of service
  • the service or name of the provider
  • costs

Special regulation “Deutschlandticket”:

If a discounted ticket is purchased through the employer, the employee’s name must appear on the proof.

Long-distance public transport

Travel by long-distance public transport is only reimbursable if it takes place between the place of residence and the first place of work.

E.G.: IC, ICE, TGV, Flixtrain, Flixbus, etc.

Other means of transport

Journeys to the first place of work for which you do not receive a receipt, such as journeys by car, bicycle, etc., can be submitted by selecting the mileage allowance option. To do this, you must enter the one-way distance in kilometres from your home to your place of work. You will be reimbursed €0.30 per kilometre travelled and €0.38 from the 21st kilometre.

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