• Making company cars work for you

    Cars are so emotive. Everyone has an opinion on their favourite car or brand and what they would like to drive (if they had the money). Unfortunately, we can’t all drive around in Ferraris, but it’s surprising what you can…

  • Planning for Tax Changes

    Every now and then, the Government significantly changes company car taxation policy, whether it’s to induce different driver behaviour, change company policy, or to ensure a continuing supply of Treasury funds. The most significant change in r…

  • Free Fuel

    Something of a misnomer, free fuel has been costing most employees who take it and those employers willing enough to provide it for many years. The Chancellor’s last Budget raised the free fuel benefit and it’s clear that this trend…

  • Saving money on fuel

    Although the Chancellor decided to postpone the August 3p fuel duty rise, which would have added to the cost base of all businesses operating vehicles, it was only a postponement until January 2013. Whether the Chancellor goes ahead with the…

  • Hybrids and their role in lowering company car tax

    This White Paper follows the Chancellor’s March 2012 Budget, which announced widespread changes to the company car taxation system from 2013 that will put company car fleets and company car drivers under renewed pressure to choose lower emission ca…

  • Company Car Tax

    Forthcoming changes to the company car tax system in April 2012 will have a significant effect on the benefit in kind position of employees. In particular, those drivers benefiting from the current low emission tax discount will find themselves disad…

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