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Last chance to book for ICFM salary sacrifice Masterclass

Fleets looking to attend the forthcoming ICFM Masterclass on salary sacrifice and cash allowances are being urged to book their places quickly.

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The upcoming ICFM Masterclass is focused on salary sacrifice and cash allowances.

The event, which is the first in a series of new ICFM Masterclasses, takes place on Wednesday 22 March from 10am-2.30pm and is being hosted by RAC at its operations control centre alongside the M6 in the West Midlands.

Expert speakers will be Alison Argall, business development director sales at Tusker, and Claire Evans, head of fleet consultancy Zenith along with Dan Rees, associate director, Deloitte Car and Mobility Consulting.

The speakers will explain the revised rules for salary sacrifice, highlight what they mean from an administrative viewpoint and dispel many of the myths that have been circulating since the Government announced the tax changes in its 2016 Autumn Statement. They will also provide insight on the true impacts and how businesses can continue to provide and market successful salary sacrifice schemes to their employees.

ICFM director Peter Eldridge said: “We have had significant interest in the Masterclass from ICFM members and non-members. We would therefore urge fleet decision-makers interested in attending and gaining an in-depth understanding of how the new rules will apply in the real-world – with many myths circulating dispelled – to book their places immediately.”

The inaugural Masterclass will be followed in mid-year with a second one focusing on operational road risk.

The cost of attending the Masterclass is £99 for ICFM members and £135 for non-members. For further information and to book a place email the ICFM hub at [email protected].

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Natalie Middleton

Natalie has worked as a fleet journalist for nearly 20 years, previously as assistant editor on the former Company Car magazine before joining Fleet World in 2006. Prior to this, she worked on a range of B2B titles, including Insurance Age and Insurance Day.