Business, Taxation & Finance Guide for Company Cars 2024 TO 2025

Updated: March 2024

Making the right choice between company use vehicles or company car schemes is an increasingly complex decision.

The best way for individual businesses to acquire and fund a company vehicle will be determined by a combination of:

  • Funding methods
  • Business and personal taxation
  • National Insurance (NI) contributions
  • Capital and revenue allowances
  • Whole Life Costs (WLC)
  • CO2 emissions,
  • Benefit in Kind (BIK)
  • Mileage Allowance Payment (MAP)
  • Level of Profit
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