In her early years at a large food and beverage corporation, “I was expected to front at least $3,000 per month on my own credit cards for work travel,” wrote Jessica, a New York City resident who asked to have her last name withheld because she’s still at the same company. “I was always reimbursed eventually, but sometimes it took weeks, so my credit card would be maxed out and I would have to use my own checking account for additional business expenses.”

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