Taxing questions

April 2002
Personnel Today;4/2/2002, p29
Trade Publication
Focuses on tax regulations on company cars in Great Britain. Basis of taxing cars and employees; Need for companies to consider the carbon dioxide emissions produced by the car fleet; Move toward the use of diesel due to improvements in diesel engine technology. INSET: The new car tax regime.


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