Great press review of Company Car and Van Tax 2016-17 in Business Car Manager magazine

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THE definitive book on company car and van tax has just been updated by that supremo of the spreadsheet, calculator and keyboard – Colin Tourick.

Called Company Car and Van Tax 2016-17, this is the sixth edition written by company car tax expert Colin Tourick, and takes into account the tax changes from April 2016. So if you manage company cars for your SME small fleet or are a company car driver, then this book will answer all your questions.

“Unfortunately there are no votes to be lost in taxing company cars, so successive governments have relentlessly cranked up the tax on business car drivers and their employers. This books explains the rules and will hopefully help you to minimise the this aspect of your tax liability.”

In Company Car and Van Tax 2016-17  Colin covers:

  • car benefit tax
  • fuel benefit tax
  • VAT
  • income tax
  • corporation tax
  • capital allowances
  • fuel duty
  • vehicle excise duty and
  • national insurance contributions

See what I mean?

Regular readers of Business Car Manager will already know that Colin is our de facto company car tax expert, providing much needed advice on a range of subjects, as well as serving as a judge on our SME Company Car of the Year Awards.

The book will be available from Amazon.co.uk and any good bookshop from 26 May and can be ordered now from www.tourick.com.  The cost is £40, published by Eyelevel Books.

Company Car and Van Tax 2016-17 by Colin Tourick is published in association with Ogilvie Fleet, Toomey Leasing Group and Grant Thornton.

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Comment on the VW diesel scandal

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Quote published in Asset Finance International

Colin Tourick, co-founder of International Auto Finance Network and founder of Colin Tourick & Associates said:

“This is the first revelation that could substantially dent VW’s fleet sales. If company car drivers think that VW’s CO2 emission figures are understated it might make them opt for another manufacturer when choosing their next company car. VW needs to clarify this issue rapidly to avoid any damage to sales”.