In the Budget of July 2015 came the announcement that the current system of VED would be overhauled for vehicles registered from 1st April 2017.
Philip Hammond’s Spring Budget was slender in size – it came to 64 pages, compared to the 145 of last year’s publication. And it was also slender in content. But that was to be expected, coming as it did after a relatively heavy Autumn Statement.
Philip Hammond’s first Budget was not as substantial as previous ones – or as his Autumn Statement in November. However it did still contain several announcements of note to motorists and fleet professionals.
Philip Hammond's Spring Budget will take place on Wednesday 8th March. As with any Budget, there's lots to look out for. Here is our top five.
A simple guide to one of the Autumn Statement’s most significant announcements – the changes to Salary Sacrifice schemes.
A brief document to describe the main policies from the Autumn Statement impacting organisations operating a vehicle fleet.
A graphic representation of the key policies announced in the 2016 Autumn Statement.
5 Observations: Autumn Statement analysis from Head of Consultancy, LeasePlan UK
On 23rd November Chancellor Phillip Hammond will make his first Autumn Statement. Here we list the five topics to look out for.
Unlike some other benefits from Salary Sacrifice fpr Cars have not been exempted from HMRC Consultation - yet Car Salary Sacrifice schemes are already transferring their fair share – or more – to the nation’s coffers.