Autumn Statement sees several key changes for fleets

  The Chancellor, Philip Hammond, announced changes to salary sacrifice schemes, new tax bands for electric vehicles, a freeze in fuel duty and extra spending on roads and electric vehicle infrastructure in his Autumn Statement.   1. ULEVs exempt under…

Salary sacrifice under threat – but why?

Should you be worried? Should we be worried? Here’s why: potentially salary sacrifice cars could be under threat following a review by Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC). HMRC is considering the benefit in kind treatment of salary sacrifice cars (whereby…

New tax proposals for Ultra Low Emission Vehicles

New company car tax bands, based on how many miles a vehicle can be driven in pure electric mode, have been proposed by HMRC in a consultation process looking into key areas of the fleet market. The consultation, which runs until October…

Company car usage increases

It is summer (finally), Team GB has done brilliantly at the Olympics and even better, it looks like the fleet sector has managed a medal of its own. Post all the Brexit uncertainty, I was genuinely interested to read new…

Why the company car remains such good value

Tricky how to put this…but I suspect those of you who run a company car will find the taxman has lightened your salary a smidge come the end of this month. Larceny? Perhaps. It’s only right to pay your due…

Budget 2016

OK George Osborne, you may have curtailed my socialising by increasing the cost of my favourite bottle of wine… However, personal grievances aside, let’s get down to the business of the Budget which in general was good news for fleets….

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