Fleet Management Live 2017 (3-4 Oct) is fast approaching and LeasePlan are taking a look at some of the key topics facing Procurement and Fleet Managers.
In the current economy, cost is a major consideration for most organisations. As budgets tighten and tax incentives decline, many companies and organisations are looking for savings through their fleet policy.
In order to inform you of the upcoming changes in lease accounting and the impact on IFRS reporting for fleets, LeasePlan’s Head of Consultancy Matthew Walters answers the most important questions on this topic in the below Q&A.
The new Lease Accounting Standards (IFRS16) change the way leases are accounted for from a balance sheet perspective.
This Budget’s headline-grabbers – such as the announcement of a National Living Wage – were surprises. And so were many of its motoring policies.
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