It is my first time claiming reimbursement for printing paper and ink.
I was just wondering is there a types of paper (quality) I'm allowed to buy. on the reimbursement form it said it would not cover photo printing paper, but will it cover high quality printing paper e.g Ryman's Multi Premium Copy Paper A4 100gsm 500 sheets, It's £10.
Would SFW expect me to buy the cheapest type of paper on the market?
What was everybody else's experience will this?
Was your funding body quite lenient on the type of papers and ink in terms of price?
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- Thread Starter
- 13-01-2016 23:39
- 14-01-2016 03:20
I never had any problems. I'd just buy a pack of paper from asda or tesco or wherever I shopped and then sent a reimbursement form. As long as you just buy normal paper you will be ok.
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- 14-01-2016 03:22
I wouldn't necessarily abuse the reimbursement if that's what you're asking. I suppose it's just a case of buy what you need.
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- Very Important Poster
- 14-01-2016 06:19
Not heard of this. All it will say in your report is that you have £x per year to spend on printing paper. (or in case of people like me with Irlens Syndrome, coloured paper) They're not expecting you to buy the cheapest paper.
Obviously, you can't buy photo paper or similar. It has to be printing paper. But there's nothing to say what quality of paper you have to buy.