Laughing At Your Expense

Dilbert creator Scott Adams is behind a competition looking for the world's funniest expense claim story, and lunch with the celebrated cartoonist forms part of the prize.

The "Laughing At Your Expense" contest wants to hear - in 150 words or less - the funniest or craziest expense report story, or the most hilarious item you have ever had to have approved on an expense report.

A grand prize of a weekend for two in San Francisco, plus lunch with Adams, awaits the overall winner, with runners-up receiving an autographed Dilbert book and a Freeworks t-shirt.

Entries must be received at Freeworks by May 15 and will be judged on originality, creativity and relevance to theme.

* Let us know your bizarre stories and we'll feature them on AccountingWEB too!

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