Everyone knows that fuel cards can offer significant time- and money-saving benefits. But did you know these benefits also extend to staying on top of your taxes? As tax-returns deadline approaches in the New Year, and fleet managers are preparing their year-end financial statements, we thought it would be a good time to take a look at ways your fuelGenie card can help with your tax communications.
Fuel prices are currently at their lowest level since the beginning of the year, with drivers paying almost 5p less per litre than in February.
While fuel duty was frozen again by the Chancellor during his Autumn Statement last week, motorists are set to be hit by sharp rise in fuel prices in the run up to Christmas following an agreement to limit output by the Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (Opec).
As a fleet manager, you’ll know your role has become increasingly financial. The demands on fleet managers to successfully balance vehicle acquisition and related assets increase with each passing year.
If the end of this financial year has left you stressed-out and finding it hard to cope, you’ll benefit from the information in this article. Read on for tips on effective budgeting. You’ll also find out what the Chancellor’s Spring Budget means for your fleet.
The freeze on fuel duty is good news for fleet managers: however, pump prices are rising, and your drivers could be spending more than they need to.