Travel account is an invoicing solution for companies' travel agency purchases. It can be used for the business trips of all your personnel, and it streamlines the handling of business travel purchases.
If the travel volume in your company is high, it is a good idea to handle travel agency invoices through the travel account.
- An aggregate invoice through the travel account simplifies the travel expense payment process and considerably reduces the number of invoices handled
- Depending on the needs of your company, travel account transactions can be invoiced either as a separate lot or together with purchases made with First Card
Supplementary travel insurance gives additional cover for work-related travel. The insurance is valid when you have paid the trip with First Card or from a First Card travel account.
The supplementary travel insurance includes several important covers such as
- travel insurance (accidental death and permanent handicap)
- delay compensation for delayed transportation or arrival of luggage
- trip cancellation cover
- third-party insurance
- interruption of the trip
- missed trip or connection
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First Card app and cardholder's online services
Monitor your card transactions and invoices
As a First Card cardholder you have access to the First Card app and online services with which you can monitor your card transactions and invoices.
The online service is available to you when you have a First Card - in addition, you only need access codes to Netbank. You can log in with Netbank codes from most Finnish banks.
To activate the First Card app for use, log in to cardholder's online services and create an activation code. After the first time, you can log in using a self-selected four-digit PIN. The app is available for iPhones and Android phones.
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The First Card online services provide detailed reports on your company’s First Card and travel account transactions.
- Statistics help cost monitoring and budgeting
- Service provider-specific reports give accurate purchase volumes to help agreement negotiations with service providers
Direct debiting in Finland ended on 31 January 2014 along with the introduction of the Single Euro Payments Area (SEPA).
You can register for the e-invoice in your personal Netbank service for First Cards with private or joint payment liability. You can link an automatic payment order to the e-invoice. With automatic payment, the e-invoice functions as direct debit. The e-invoice is free of charge.
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