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Spring Budget 2017

08 Mar 2017 18:03

No change for drivers.

Budget 2016 and company cars

16 Mar 2016 11:37

We have begun to analyse the Chancellor's statement

Budget 2015 summary

18 Mar 2015 22:40

The impact of the 2015 Budget on company car drivers and their employers. In his sixth Budget speech delivered less than 2 months before the general election, the Chancellor George Osborne did not produce any radical changes in tax rates though the planned movement away from P11ds and tax returns will have a big administrative impact.

Autumn Statement 2014

08 Dec 2014 15:51

No big changes on automotive taxation.

The 2014 Budget

19 Mar 2014 17:03

What the 2014 Budget has to say about motoring taxation.

Autumn Statement 2013

05 Dec 2013 14:19

Chancellor George Osborne delivered the Autumn Statement on 5th December 2013. We pick out the main elements related to motoring and taxation.

2013 Budget changes

20 Mar 2013 18:17

A measure of green taxation has returned with the announcement of new low taxed low CO2 bands in 2015, though the cancellation of September's planned 1.89ppl fuel duty increase shows that George is not going to risk unpopular tax rises on petrol and diesel.

Autumn statement 2012

06 Dec 2012 08:40

Company car tax and other automotive taxes remained largely unchanged in the Chancellor's Statement delivered on 5th December.

Budget 2012 car impact

21 Mar 2012 16:37

The budget announcements of 16th March 2012 show that the Chancellor is unrelenting in his drive to tax transport emissions.There appears to be a race on to tighten the tax thresholds just a little bit more quickly than drivers can switch to lower emission cars. This of course will preserve tax revenues but, the Treasury have listened to public pressure to announce rates well in advance, giving drivers more of a chance to find the lower taxed vehicles.

Autumn Statement 2011

29 Nov 2011 12:00

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