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No, your (truncated) sentence is perfectly correct. You can (and, according to many style guides, should) use a possessive adjective to modify a gerund.
Just to answer the curiosity of Conan776, which might be a little late... Portuguese doesn't have such a rule, but in many situations we do need to avoid it. Mostly in formal writing if I would make a "general rule" for you. There are cases that it really ruins a good text and shows poor writing skills. In reason of all this, that's why I ended up in this ...
I have encountered a few people who use the word "vouchering". However, the word wasn't meant to share the same meaning as time booking. I believe they used it entirely for another meaning; from what I could understand on what they were trying to imply.
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