The P11D value of your company car is the price of the for tax purposes as accepted by Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC). The P11D value is the price of the car including VAT and any optional extras, less the Government First Registration Fee (GFRF) and Vehicle Excise Duty (VED). The P11D is used to calculate your company car tax liability.
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If you are offered ‘free’ fuel for your private mileage, you will pay tax on the benefit based on the car’s CO2 emissions and a set Government figure – £22,100 in 2015/16. You will need to cover a minimum number of private miles to break even on the cost of the fuel you use compared with the tax you will pay for the ‘free fuel’ benefit.
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Calculating your company car tax liability is simple and will enable you to plan your budget according to the car you choose.
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Please note: CO2 emissions can change if a different sized alloy wheel is ordered with the vehicle. This may also lead to a change to the VED and BIK tax amounts payable. Please refer to the appropriate Price and Specification guides for the latest information.
Fuel consumption and CO2 figures are obtained under standardised EU test conditions (Directive 93/116/EEC). This allows a direct comparison between different manufacturer models but may not represent the actual fuel consumption achieved in ‘real world’ driving conditions. Optional wheels may affect emissions and fuel consumption figures. More information is available on the Audi website at www.audi.co.uk and at www.dft.gov.uk/vca.
Audi Mileage Tracker allows you to track your journeys. As well as tracking the distance, duration and cost of your journey, it also provides your average speed, efficiency and the percentage of your journey that could be covered by the electric engine if you were driving an e-tron.
The app lets you log, manage and share the journeys you take and are saved in a log book. So if you ever need to expense a journey or would like to improve your efficiency rating, for example, you can always refer back to these.