Company Car Tax
0% Benefit in Kind
Benefit in Kind (BiK) is tax payable for a company car that is available for private use. The amount of tax depends on the company car and your income tax bracket. Starting in April 2020, all Tesla cars will be eligible for 0% BiK tax. In the tax year 2021-2022, the BiK tax will increase to 1%.
Your Benefit in Kind Tax
Compare your tax rate for a Tesla car with a petrol/diesel car. Our tax calculation is based on the following factors:
1. Car price
The list price of your car, including options.
2. Tax bracket
Your tax bracket determines the net Benefit in Kind you pay.
CO2 emissions are also taken into account for the estimated calculation.
|#||Comparison Car||Purchase Price||Vehicle Excise Duty||First Registration Tax||CO2 g/km||BIK %||Monthly Bik Tax|
|1||Mercedes C220 2.1D||£35,845||£170||£55||119||26%||£309|
|2||BMW 520 2.0D||£39,170||£150||£55||110||25%||£325|
|3||Mercedes Benz C 43 AMG||£48,795||£1,280||£55||208||37%||£585|
|5||BMW M5 Competition||£98,100||£1,815||£55||241||37%||£1,187|
|6||Land Rover Range Rover Sport SDV6||£68,155||£1,280||£55||195||37%||£824|
|7||Mercedes Benz GLC 63 AMG||£77,169||£2,135||£55||278||37%||£925|
The tax brackets for 2020 are based on the currently announced tax rates and are therefore subject to change. Benefit in Kind for electric vehicles for tax year 2019/20 is 16%. It is planned to change to 0% in 2020/21, 1% 2021/22 & 2% in 2022/23.
While every effort has been made to reflect the above information in a correct and up to date manner, we cannot exclude the possibility that any of this information is not or no longer, especially as some of this information is subject to change by third parties. More specifically are the variables for the comparison cars based on information sourced in January 2020, which variables may be subject to change and result in an inaccurate comparison if they do. For that reason, this information should be considered as indicative only and no rights can be derived from it.
* Benefit in Kind values are calculated using the vehicle 'list price', which excludes the Government Plug-In Grant incentive of £3,500. Benefit in Kind values for the comparison vehicles are only estimates based on certain assumptions, including list price, vehicle excise duty, First Registration Tax, CO2 g/km and income tax rate.
Income tax rates in 2019-20:
• Income up to £12,500 - 0% income tax. This is your personal tax-free allowance.
• Income between £12,501 and £50,000 - 20% income tax.
• Income between £50,001 and £150,000 - 40% income tax.
• Income above £150,001 - 45% income tax.