Fleet industry and tax advisers believe new HMRC guidance falls short of the mark.
Fleet Logistics believes now is the perfect time to train drivers that are experiencing downtime or have been furloughed as a result of Covid-19.
The 0% benefit-in-kind tax rate for battery electric vehicles makes the staff benefit a valuable tool, say experts
Organisations can use their company car choice lists as a tool to increase uptake of electric vehicles
The Government has changed the guidance it issues to employers on salary sacrifice arrangements to allow for the impact of COVID-19.
Octopus Electric Vehicles has launched salary sacrifice scheme Go Green Car Scheme for businesses and workplaces.
Tusker has announced that emissions on new car orders have halved in the last six months.
Tusker has collaborated with electric vehicle infrastructure and procurement company Diode to help companies develop electrification strategies.
The Jaguar I-Pace will be available to NHS staff through NHS Fleet Solutions on a new salary sacrifice agreement confirmed today.
The majority of the public, including thousands of nurses, doctors and council workers, are unaware of the advantages of sourcing an EV through salary sacrifice, claims Tusker.
Brexit chaos, the suitability of FORS, WLTP and salary sacrifice are the diverse range of issues fleet decision-makers are currently concerned with.
Ogilvie Fleet reports huge growth in demand for Personal Contract Hire (PCH) from drivers giving up company cars.
Tusker has won a place on the Salary Sacrifice Cars and Associated Services Framework, which is used by more than 70 councils and 40 NHS Trusts, as well as multiple fire and police authorities.
An increasing number of businesses want to offer a broader mix of vehicle solutions as an employee benefit, according to Arval.
A new emissions testing regime, economic uncertainty and a demand for greater flexibility have all impacted fleet funding and replacement cycles over the past year.
Tusker, one of the country’s leading providers of cars via salary sacrifice maintains it remains a “unique and valuable” benefit for employees.
The Chancellor has confirmed in the Finance Bill that the Government will tax the ‘package’ of benefits received by salary sacrifice drivers with their car.
Fleets are finding it hard to convince drivers of the benefits of taking a company car due to delays in orders and legislative uncertainty. And that the perk car is most ‘at risk’ said managers at the September 2018 Fleet200 Executive Club meeting.
Tusker, who have worked with NOE CPC for the past eight years, now have more than 16,000 cars ordered on the framework through its Car Benefit Scheme.
Insurance, maintenance, tyres and breakdown cover could now be taxed when provided via a so-called Optional Remuneration Arrangements (OpRA).
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