If you're considering getting a company car then it's likely you've come across the term Company Car Tax more than once. Company Car Tax is something that can be quite complicated. In this article we talk about the rules and regulations behind it, including how it's calculated and we go into some of the things you'll really want to know including how driving an electric company car may benefit you between 2020 and 2023.
When you get a company car, you have to pay company car tax. And naturally, you’d want to keep your company car tax as low as possible. But, is petrol or diesel better for low company car tax? In this article we compare the two fuel types and look at which one is best if you want low company car tax.
If you are looking at getting a company car, then you might be considering which type of car you are going to get. For example, have you thought about possibly getting a pickup as your next company car? After all, some pickups are more luxurious than some cars on the market and we suspect that pickups are going to become a popular option for company cars in the future. However, the way pickups are taxed is different to how company cars are taxed. So, which is better for company car tax? In this article, we look at how they are both taxed, and look at some of the more luxurious pickups that are on offer to you.
When you have a company vehicle, you have to pay company car tax. That’s just a fact. However, the way vans and cars are taxed is different. And there may be some of you who are in the position to either have a company car or a company van. This then begs the question; should you get a company car or a company van? In this article, we look at the ways the two are taxed, and which one would be the best option for you.
When we talk about company car tax, we tend to talk about cars. A lot. The clue is in the name, ‘company car tax’. But obviously, not everyone who has a company vehicle has a car, there are many people who drive company vans. So, what about vans? Do the same rules apply? And which vans are the best for low company car tax? In this article, we take a brief look at company car tax for vans, whether the same rules apply, and which vans you should be looking at for low company car tax.
Company car tax is one of those necessary evils that come with the benefit of having a company vehicle. Whether you have a car or a van, a Mercedes-Benz S-Class or a Renault Clio, you have to pay company car tax. The good thing about company car tax is that it’s fairly easy to calculate. In fact, you can do it yourself with a pad and pen. But, how do you do it? In this article, we look at how company car tax is calculated for both cars and vans, and ways to lower your company car tax.
If you have read up on the changes to company cars, then you are probably thinking of investing in a plugin hybrid as your next company car. If you are unsure of the new changes, don’t panic, we explain them below. Plugin hybrids are one of your best options if you are looking for low company car tax, and to avoid the salary sacrifice changes we are going to discuss below. But, which plugin hybrids are best? It should be noted here that this article is about plugin hybrids only...
When looking at company cars, company car tax will play a huge factor. You don’t want to get your dream car, only to find that the amount you will have to pay in company car tax takes you up and over your budget. Electric cars have always been divisive. But, like it or not, they are becoming more popular and it won’t be long before they’re a common sight on our roads. One of the reasons they will become increasingly popular is because of company car tax. In this article, we are going to be looking at everything to do with company car tax for electric cars, and which electric cars you might want to look at for your next company car.
There might be times when the cost of your company car tax takes you up and over your budget. It’s all well and good getting a car on a great discount but if it costs you a fortune in company car tax, is it really worth it? We have, at times, even advised people to lease privately rather than through their business because the company car tax is so high. But there are ways around paying so much money in company car tax. In this article, we’re going to look at the exemptions to company car tax, and how to reduce your company car tax.
If you’re looking for something a bit more eco-friendly and more efficient for your next company car, then you will probably want to consider a hybrid. We understand that electric cars aren’t for everybody, so a hybrid is the next best thing for a car that is good for the environment, and your wallet. Hybrids are also a popular choice for company cars because their CO2 emissions are pretty low. And pretty low CO2 emissions means pretty low company car tax. But hybrid cars are becoming an increasingly popular sight on our roads, and with everyone jumping on the hybrid bandwagon, it’s hard to know which cars are the best. This article will focus on hybrid vehicles, and not plug-in hybrids. The main difference between the two is that a hybrid car will only use its electric motor at low speeds. When the vehicle starts travelling faster, the car will shift to fuel power. The main power source for hybrids is still either petrol or diesel. However, it will use less fuel because the electric motor uses regenerative braking. This captures energy and stores it in the on board batteries. A plug-in hybrid, however, will use electricity until it hits a predetermined state of charge. Only then will it use fuel, while rechargi
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