The accounting standards for lease accounting are changing. From 2019, new standards will apply to all companies reporting under IFRS or US GAAP. Watch the LeasePlan webinar on the topic here.
The Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond, delivered his second Budget of 2017 on Wednesday 22 November. We’ve distilled it to five key points for fleets and their drivers.
With the Chancellor's Autumn Budget now only days away on the 22.11.17 here is our preview of the fives things to look out for.
Our latest fleet funding and taxation guide is designed to help you through the year ahead.
All you need to know about The Air Quality Plan in five key points - from the 2040 ban on petrol and diesel fuelled cars and vans to latest on low emission zones.
The Queen's Speech did not contain much of the new legislation that was being promised just a few weeks ago - here we look at what it contained for motorists and fleet operators.
From Clean Air Zones to the ‘T’ Charge, we explain the key announcements around diesel and the sudden rise in popularity of ultra-low emission vehicles.
In the Budget of July 2015 came the announcement that the current system of VED would be overhauled for vehicles registered from 1st April 2017.
Philip Hammond’s Spring Budget was slender in size – it came to 64 pages, compared to the 145 of last year’s publication. And it was also slender in content. But that was to be expected, coming as it did after a relatively heavy Autumn Statement.
Philip Hammond’s first Budget was not as substantial as previous ones – or as his Autumn Statement in November. However it did still contain several announcements of note to motorists and fleet professionals.