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While tax increases and changes in tax law are inevitable and even necessary, if not always welcome, it’s already been a difficult year for Britain’s motorists, and proposed tax changes are unlikely to make it any easier
By Chris Wright|2021-07-21T11:51:18+01:00February 24th, 2021|
The distinction between a van and a car can have significant implications for tax particularly with respect to how they are treated for benefit in kind purposes – a van would generally have a lower benefit in kind charge than a car.
Is it justifiable taxing people on a benefit when that benefit is not really available for use? That’s what is happening at the moment with company cars and vans that can’t be used except for essential travel.
An increase in fuel duty for conventional internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicles of 2p per litre could raise £4bn over the next five years, whereas a continued freeze on fuel duty could cost the Treasury £1bn a year.
By Chris Wright|2021-07-21T11:51:19+01:00February 26th, 2020|
Although the MAR rates are the same as those used for AMAPs, the latter is not a relief but a limit to which an employer can pay for business miles without incurring tax or National Insurance Contributions
By Chris Wright|2021-07-21T11:51:19+01:00October 31st, 2019|