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Advisory Fuel Rates December 2017 – four changes

HMRC’s Advisory Fuel Rates (AFR) can be used by employers in two situations, both applying if the employee has a company car:

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  1. To reimburse employees for business travel, or
  2. To calculate the amount that employees should repay for any private use of the vehicle

 

AFRs are reviewed quarterly at the start of March, June, September and December, though employers can choose to the old rate for a further month. The rates from 1 December 2017 are shown in the below tables comparing them with those that applied in the previous quarter. I have highlighted the changed rates in red. As you will see, there are four changes:

 

Fuel

Date

Engine Size

1400cc or less

1401 to 2000cc

Over 2000cc

Petrol and petrol-hybrid

from 1 September 2017

11p

13p

21p

from 1 December 2017

11p

14p

21p

LPG

from 1 September 2017

7p

8p

13p

from 1 December 2017

7p

9p

14p

 

Date

Engine Size

1600cc or less

1601 to 2000cc

Over 2000cc

Diesel

from 1 September 2017

9p

11p

12p

from 1 December 2017

9p

11p

13p

 

 

All of the above information can be verified on the Gov.uk website where it is contained in four separate documents.

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