This means that the publication of LeasePlan’s latest guide – which you can download here – comes at a particularly good time. There’s a lot for fleet managers to get to grips with at the moment, and our report helps you to do just that. It’s packed with clear explanations of all the new rules and what they mean for your business, including:
Optional Remuneration Arrangements. As of April this year, new rules regarding Salary Sacrifice and Cash Allowance Options came into effect for all new vehicle deliveries.
Vehicle Excise Duty. Any cars registered after 1st April 2017 are subject to new bands of VED that are less lenient when it comes to carbon dioxide emissions.
Company Car Tax. Rates are rising each year, until the potential introduction of a new system in 2020-21 that will create greater incentives to go green.
Lease Accounting Standard. The International Accounting Standards Board’s new regime should come into force in January 2019. This will mean that, for companies reporting under IFRS any lease activity will need to be accounted for on their balance sheet.
Worldwide Harmonised Light Vehicle Testing Procedures. The first phase being due in September, this is the first step towards a more realistic emissions testing regime. If it becomes the basis for taxation, it will affect many of the calculations that go into fleet policies.
Rarely have fleets faced so many changes at once. But some things remain constant – and that includes LeasePlan’s support for its customers. Our latest fleet funding and taxation guide is designed to help you through the year ahead.
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