News: January 2014
Changes for cars
Car fuel benefit charge
Employees and directors who are provided with a company car and who also receive some or all of their private fuel from their employers are subject to the fuel benefit charge – on an all or nothing basis. The benefit charge is determined by applying a set multiple to the appropriate percentage for the car, based on its CO2 emissions.
The car fuel benefit charge multiplier will increase from £21,100 to £21,700 with effect from 6 April 2014, notwithstanding the actual fall in fuel prices in the current tax year, so this is another attempt to stop employers providing any private use fuel.
Company car advisory fuel rates
Not part of the Autumn Statement, but you need to know about the new rates from 1 December 2013 which show a reduction in most situations as under with the previous rates in brackets where a change applies:
|1,400 cc or less||14p (15p)||9p (10p)|
|1,600 cc or less||12p|
|1,401cc to 2,000cc||16p (18p)||11p|
|1,601cc to 2,000cc||14p (15p)|
|over 2,000cc||24p (26p)||17p (18p)||16p|
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