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Fleet special

The world of fleet is changing. Demand is down as an increasing number of employees turn their backs on what can be a very costly benefit.

The world of fleet is changing. Demand is down as an increasing number of employees turn their backs on what can be a very costly benefit.

Meanwhile, with cars in the UK still much more expensive than those sourced from Europe, fleet managers are considering new options when it comes to purchases.

And all the while the new emission-based tax system, introduced in April, means the types of cars employees are electing to take are changing.

In this AccountancyAge.com special we look at the changing world of fleet with advice on what cars you should pick and how you can minimise your own – and your company’s – tax bill.

And you can also read our exclusive feature Fuel for thought which explains how you can save money and protect the environment.

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