BIK rates start at 10% for petrol and 13% for diesel vehicles, the rate increasing in 1% increments with CO2... more »
From April 2015, all BIK rates for cars with CO2 emissions of more than 75 g/km are planned to increase... more »
BIK above 30%
Follow Budget 2015 live on Wed 18th March with Next Green Car as the Chancellor announces future l...
An online trial has been launched by HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC), allowing company car drivers t...
Countries with the lowest CO2 emissions from new cars usually have registration and company car ta...
Islington Council in north London has approved a yearly Â£96 diesel surcharge on resident parking ...
Millions of drivers could be missing out on savings of around Â£860 per year in fuel and tax becau...
Welcoming plans for an Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) in London by 2020, the Society of Motor Manu...
A survey of over 600 drivers by Zenith Leasedrive Group has revealed that over 61 per cent are int...
In his Autumn Statement 2014, the Chancellor George Osborne today confirmed the continued freeze o...
New research by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) recommends compa...
Boris Johnson's and Transport for London (TfL) plans for an ultra low emission zone (ULEZ) in cent...
Class 1A National Insurance Contributions must be paid for each car provided to an employee for... more »
Until 31 March 2015, electric vehicles and vehicles with C02 emissions of less than 95 g/km are eligible... more »
Welcome to Next Green Carâ€™s company car tax microsite, a comprehensive guide to company car tax in the UK. Within the guide you can obtain an overview of UK company car tax including updates from the Budget 2014, find BIK rates for 2014-19 based on the vehicleâ€™s CO2 emissions, review a list of vehicles by BIK bracket or search for models between a minimum and maximum benefit-in-kind rate. To find company car tax payable for a specific vehicle, you can use the company car calculator or search by make and model. Employers can use this guide to find out about class 1A National Insurance contributions and Enhanced Capital Allowances (ECAs) Also included is an overview of future company car tax trends and the latest company car tax news.