Free Fuel

Free Fuel

Posted by

Marc Murphy

April 2014

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 will continue in future Budgets.

So how do you break the stranglehold of free fuel provision? This White Paper examines how this can be achieved successfully.


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