Monday, June 18, 2018

Is free fuel a fillip or a fool’s faux pas?

Don't be a free fuel fool
Free fuel with your job sounds like a great perk, but you need to do your sums to make sure you don't lose out

Company car advice: Ralph Morton
Toyota Avensis

Budget 2012: free fuel allowance

Author: Matt Morton The Government multiplier for calculating the tax due on employer-provided 'free' fuel for private use in a company car rises from £18,000 to £20,200 from April 6, 2012. For...

Should I continue to provide free fuel for my employees?

The financial implications of providing free fuel for staff MOST of my company car drivers receive free private fuel. It seems very unfair to encourage them to give up this benefit when...
Business women works out if free fuel is worth taking following the Budget 2011 increase in the free fuel benefit

Tax: Free fuel benefit – how to work it out for 2011/12 NEW!

  IF YOU are supplied with free fuel for your company car, or as a director of a small business or SME you receive free fuel for your business car, the amount...

Tax: how to work out free fuel benefit 2008/09 NEW!

Tax rates If you have free fuel for your company car, the amount chargeable to income tax (for the driver) and Class 1A national insurance contributions (for the employer)...

Tax: how to work out fuel benefit 2007/08

How much you'll pay in tax If you have free fuel the amount chargeable to income tax (for the driver) and Class 1A national insurance contributions (for the employer)...

Tax: why ‘free’ fuel isn’t free – the company car fuel benefit charge

Free fuel: costly benefit WHEN a business pays for all the fuel used by one of its company car drivers, including private mileage, it is often called 'free' fuel. The...
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