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New tax rulings concerning electrical vehicles and charging points provided by employees.

17/10/2016   -   It has been decided that charging points and electricity are to be considered an integral part of an electrical company car. There will be no additional benefit in kind charged for the electricity supplied by the employee as was already the case for electricity provided by the employer.

This is good news for employers who want to include electrical vehicles in their fleet or as part of a flexible bonus plan. The new ruling is a considerable incentive for employees to choose these kinds of vehicles.

Other tax rulings on alternative mobility initiatives provided by the employer:

  • When changing temporarily from an electrical vehicle to a standard vehicle due to travel needs for a summer holiday for example: the benefit in kind will be calculated pro rata between the two vehicles
  • Installation and the use of electrical charging stations on the employer parking lot: this is considered part of the vehicle and the benefit is already included in the ongoing benefit in kind calculation
  • Public transportation costs: are tax exempted if used for professional and/or home-work travel. When used for private transportation, a benefit in kind charge is mandatory based on the travel cost
  • Use of a public parking near a train station: tax exempted if used for professional reasons but subject to benefit in kind charges if used for private reasons. Use of charging station in the parking lot is already included in the car overall benefit in kind tax
  • Use of a company bicycle: when used for home-work travel, the use is benefit in kind exempted

All the situations mentioned here are tax rulings for a specific case and should be used as general advice only. They can differ from one situation to another so it is strongly advised that companies request individual rulings.

 
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