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%
The Scotsman has reported that the Scottish Government is considering implementing Low Emission Zo...
While the tax disc has been a familiar sight on the windscreens of cars since first introduced in ...
Mitsubishi's new Company Car Tax Specialist network is a collection of dealers that have been spec...
The Sun, backed by the RAC, the AA and the Road Haulage Association has launched a campaign for co...
The RAC is calling on the Government to urgently create a database of non-UK-registered cars as th...
According to the Times, drivers of diesel cars will face extra penalties and restrictions to comba...
Motorist in central London will see a 15% rise in the Congestion Charge from £10 a day to £11.50...
The Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR) has released a report concluding that the current ...
Some of the most polluting cars could be driven off London's roads by a series of increases to the...
Ofgem has published its decision that the Maximum Resale Price (MRP) provisions do not apply to th...
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 Car’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 vehicle’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.