Where transport is an essential for employees, a company has a number of different ways they can provide a car to their staff.
Millions of businesses are spending more on fuel than they need to when they could be saving money by using a fuel card, however businesses don’t know what the benefits are.
The price of petrol is typically a sore point amongst motorists, with many feeling that they are forced to pay far more than their fellow drivers around the world.
Following yesterday’s Autumn Statement where the Chancellor confirmed that the fuel duty will remain frozen at the current rate of 58p a litre until May 2015.
Guidance on Advisory Fuel Rates during the period from 1st September 2015.
We take a look at the HMRC Advisory Fuel Rates between the period of December 2014 and August 2015.
HMRC have announced the new Advisory Fuel Rates, which are effective from 1st December and bring increases for some engine categories.
When it comes to expenses and claiming them back, there are a lot of things to be considered.
Employee expenses might not be on top of your list of priorities but recent research we undertook highlighted that expenses are a real hidden problem.
View the most recent advisory fuel rates released on 1st March 2017 by the HRMC.
In the 2017 Autumn Budget, Phillip Hammond announced that fuel duty will remain frozen at 57.95p for the eighth year in a row, saving drivers £160 a year on average.
We've created a handy infographic to show you how the UK claims and what we're claiming on.