|26th August 2012, 02:45||#1 (permalink)|
Car: 2011 Type S
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Using my own car for work.
Up until 31st December 2009 I was being paid 40ppm for the first 10,000 miles and 25ppm for my remaining mileage per year for all business mileage done in my own car for work. I averaged about 15,000 miles per year of business mileage.
Since 1st January 2010 I moved on to a new set-up where I am paid an extra £315 per month (car allowance as stated on my wage slip) on top of my standard salary which is subject to tax and NI and then a ppm rebate(which is stated as non taxable expenses on my wage slip) for each business mile travelled. This is currently 15ppm but has fluctuated as the rate my company pays me is the government stipulated 'company cars - advisory fuel rate' which is calculated on a minimum 6 monthly period to take in to account fuel prices etc.
Now I have been reading up on what I understand to be the fact I could be due a rebate from HMRC for this remaining amount from the 15ppm ( that I currently claim back) that would take me up to the 45ppm (I believe it is now this up from the 40ppm) I am permitted to receive.
Not being an expert in the tax area and all it's peaks and troughs could anyone advise on my situation, whether I have a claim, I am due anything in rebate etc and if so how to claim or resolve the matter?
Thanks for any help you may be able to offer.
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