How making a shift in your company car policies can result in big savings
Register for Navigating the road ahead: Company Cars webinar, on Wednesday 4th November 2020, 1 – 2:30pm.
This webinar is hosted by Oldfield Advisory. “We work with clients across the UK who want to get ahead and want a forward looking, proactive accountant. Unlike the typical history writing accountant, we are an accountancy firm who actively help our clients plan for the future, so our approach means we can help you to maximise your business’ growth potential.”
Company cars are a popular, but in many cases increasingly expensive, employment benefit. It’s also an area where choices are made often with little or no regard to the tax consequences – which can be costly. That’s why Oldfield Advisory will be hosting a webinar on 4th November 2020, to help dissect the complex and expensive world of company cars and company car tax.
Whether you are an employer looking to cut the tax burden of your fleet, or an employee looking to get more in your pocket by reducing the tax you’re paying on your company car, this is a must attend event.
By the end of the event, you will learn:
How company car tax works
The best way to run directors’ vehicles
Car allowance vs company car for employees – which is best?
How to make electric cars a viable and tax saving option
How to make the right choices with cars to get more in employees’ pockets
And much more…
Who should attend?
Business owners, directors and employees.
£75 + VAT per person (Early Bird Offer – Extended until 30th October)
£125 + VAT (Full price – Bookings made between 31st October – 4th November)
Wednesday 4th November 2020
1pm – 2.30pm
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Joe Brewer – Oldfield Advisory
Jack Bennett – Oldfield Advisory
Gerry Surtees – Oldfield Advisory
Carl Taylor – Oldfield Advisory
Feedback from previous events
“What a welcome change from the run of the mill accountant! Proactive, helpful and in-depth knowledge. Every business owner should have been present. Thank you!!”
“Enjoyable, stimulating, challenging and thought-provoking. Well done!”
“Really impressed…not only with the breadth of knowledge of the speakers, but also with clear evidence of ongoing pioneer work in this complex field.”
“Thank you for a clear and very interesting presentation.”
“Well structured, well paced and informative”