Thanks for your question
Can you advsie whether the employer will pay the lease costs or you will directly?
As this is not clear, and how would you cover this through a salary sacrifice?
Thanks for your response
If you pay the lease cost directly then there is no benefit in kind - as this arrangemetn will be between you and the lease company - so can you clarify you will pay for the leae directly OR will the employer - who you then plan to make some form of reimbursement?
You cannot pay this as a salary sacrifice (in the true sense) I assume you are making reference to the scheme that the dealerships call their lower deals for employees -
So any arrangement you choose to take up - the answer you seek is dependant on whether you are engaging the lease of the vehicle vias your employer OR directly with the car dealership (and not part of any employer scheme)
either way it will be done through my employer as to save on the VAT etc, plus they get a discount from the leasing company.
So I either do 2 things,
what ever the value of the monthly invoice is my employer will pay that and then I will pay them back. When I have looked into it there is still a small element of bik as the car is £61k and 154 co2 emissions. Is this not the case if I pay the whole value?
Or we do have a salary sacrifice scheme that I can pay the £900 a month but will only really pay £500 once the tax is calculated. But I'm unsure if this £500 goes towards the payments I make and reduce the amount of bik I will be charged?
Thanks for this - then it will be through your employer
Then the charge for car and fuel is treated the same as a company car - so clearly you would probably want to avoid the higher CO2 emmision situation - as the car charge would NOT be based on the invoice amount but the car benefit calcualtion on the car its CO2 emmisions, age etc etc
So you would have a charge of approx £17000 just for the car itself (this is an estimate) less any contribution you make (which would have to be at least £1416 to reduce this to NIL)
But through the salary sacrifice position then the £500 you contribute (as long as your contribution is paid TO the employer - it can then be deducted from the car benefit charge. (so from the BIK) - plus these schmes usualy use lower CO2 emmision vehicles, and it would seem you already have the figures to hand
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That's great, Salary sacrifice it is then.