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Mileage in excess of 45p/mile

Mileage in excess of 45p/mile

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Hi there,

Please can someone advise of the implications for the employer if mileage rates in excess of 45p/mile are paid to employees.

I know that the excess over 45p/mile is taxable as far as the recipient is concerned, and should therefore be declared by the recipient in their tax return, but what responsibility (if any) falls on the employer to report such payments to HMRC? I assume it is via a P11D?

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24th Apr 2015 16:05

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16th Apr 2015 16:35

That's great, thank you Portia.

I will pass on your advice to our payroll clerk.

 

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16th Apr 2015 16:58


Following on from the above, if we pay 45p/mile via an expense claim (as a supplier invoice) and the excess over 45p/mile through our payroll, subject to tax and NI, will this obviate the need to enter it onto a P11D (given that we have a dispensation for travelling expenses)?  

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24th Apr 2015 16:06

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17th Apr 2015 08:54

Payroll software usually deals with this very badly.

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