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Tax Laws on using personal car

Discussion in 'Accounting and Legal' started by George Foy, Apr 30, 2020.

  1. George Foy

    George Foy New Member

    Hi there,

    This is my first year doing self assessment. I am wandering what the rules are on using a personal car for business reasons? I bought a car, got insurance and paid road tax. How much of this total cost can I put down as business use because I use the car for social pleasure too.

    Thank you.
     
  2. Hi George,

    You can use the simplified method which would be to calculate the total miles you've done in that year, multiply by 45p after 10,000 miles would be calculated at 25p. This method takes into account, repairs, insurance, etc.

    Example: You’ve driven 11,000 business miles over the year.

    Calculation:

    10,000 miles x 45p = £4,500
    1,000 miles x 25p = £250
    Total you can claim = £4,750

    Dau
    www.moneytreefinancial.co.uk
     
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