Tag : HMRC
Taking effect from 1 June 2019, HMRC’s latest advisory fuel rates apply to employees using a company car and only differ marginally from previous rates.
HM Revenue & Customs has announced Advisory Fuel Rates effective from 1 March.
Burning fleet issues such as the recent changes to salary sacrifice car schemes, grey fleet management and the shift to ultra-low emission vehicles are to come … Read More »
HM Revenue & Customs has announced Advisory Fuel Rates effective from 1 December,
FuelGenie has teamed up with UK Fuels to relaunch its supermarket fuel card, bringing a joint solution that’s aimed fleets of all sizes.
Fleets and drivers are to save money on salary sacrifice schemes following HMRC confirmation on how the new Optional Remuneration Arrangements (‘OpRA’) legislation should be applied.
Accountancy firm RSM is calling for an urgent update to HMRC tax guidance on determining cars and vans as it warns that employees may fall foul … Read More »
Newly published HMRC Advisory Fuel Rates are still missing figures for plug-in cars despite calls from the fleet industry.
All the key news in fleet from the last week… HMRC publishes latest advisory fuel rates HMRC has published updated advisory fuel rates (AFRs), which are effective from … Read More »
HMRC has published updated advisory fuel rates (AFRs), which are effective from 1 June.
HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has launched a pilot scheme that will develop a new solution to report income and expenses online.
Fleets are being urged to have their say a new HMRC consultation document that questions whether flat rate expenses such as Approved Mileage Allowance Payments (AMAPs) … Read More »
HMRC has published draft legislation on company car tax bands for the tax year 2020 to 2021, illustrating its plans to introduce bands for lower-emission cars … Read More »
Employees offered cash or car policies could be hit by newly confirmed Government plans to change the way employee benefits are taxed.
HMRC has announced new Advisory Fuel Rates, which are effective from 1 December and bring increases for some engine categories.
ACFO has responded to the opening of three consultations on fleet sector tax-related issues, highlighting its concerns over a number of areas.
HMRC has announced new Advisory Fuel Rates, which are effective from 1 September and bring increases for some engine categories.
Changes could be afoot for government tax policies on salary sacrifice schemes for fleets as well as company car tax treatment of ultra-low emission vehicles (ULEVs) … Read More »