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.
Following Philip Hammond’s Spring Budget on Wednesday 8th March, we have set out in the below infographic the major talking points in the fleet industry today.
From speeding to mobile phone use - stay up to date with the latest changes to impact fleets.
LeasePlan CarCost Index reveals widely divergent total costs of driving a car in Europe, linked primarily to depreciation and taxation.
See what the Government’s budgeting means in practice, and not just on paper in the LeasePlan Guide to Company Car Tax and Budget 2016. Detailing the company tax policies that company car drivers and operators need to be aware of, and an explanation transcribing them into real world scenarios.
LeasePlan UK publishes annual guide to Fleet Funding and Taxation, produced in partnership with Deloitte
Early this year the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) published a new standard for lease accounting (“IFRS 16 Leases”). This webinar is especially intended for fleet managers and provides a high level overview of the upcoming changes.
This was the chancellor’s third budget in 12 months and there was the unexpected and welcome freeze on fuel duty, clarification on the company car tax regime and some encouraging news on the UK’s road and rail network.
It’s that time of the year again. A time when lots of very clever people, including our own, start scratching their heads...
The new Lease Accounting Standards (IFRS16) change the way leases are accounted for from a balance sheet perspective.