Company Car Services
David Chandler and Harvey Perkins have spent much of their professional careers advising employers on company cars, and neither can remember a time where there was more change in the market than there is now.
HRUX have one of the most successful company car advisory consultancies in the UK, with over 30 major projects successfully completed in just the last 12 months. We have over 40 years’ practical experience gained with “Big4” accounting firms and we have a proven track record of providing clear, independent and relevant advice. From large companies listed on the FTSE with thousands of company cars through to small SMEs with just a handful, HRUX help companies of all size, sector and geography.
We’ve advised OEMs, banks, funders, brokers and fleet operators and are regular contributors to the trade press and speakers at industry events.
HRUX have a driven desire to deliver clear and independent advice to our clients. If you have any questions about the areas below, or concerns on your policy/ procedures in these areas, get in touch.
Is your car fleet compliant with the tax rules?
Do you want to move towards electric or plug in hybrid electric cars?
Are you paying too much tax/NIC on company cars?
Have you considered salary sacrifice for electric company cars, in whole or part?
Do you still pay for employee’s private fuel?
Are your cash allowances appropriate given the increases we’ve seen in company car tax?
Are you concerned that you may not be properly differentiating business and commuting mileage?
Are you due an HRMC inspection visit?
David Chandler and Harvey Perkins very much enjoyed taking part in the AFP webinar this morning about Tax and the Company Car. We talked at length about the tax system and why its too complicated, the new super deduction (the only tax relief that wears its pants on...
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