I have just taken on a client.
A limited company with one director --- the director is disabled (can't walk too well). I believe registered disabled.
He tells me that his previous accountant said that he does not have to pay tax on his company car as he is disabled.
I realise that there are special rules which apply to the extra cost of an automatic car compared with a manual car. But to say that the car is completely tax free seems a load of tosh to me?
Dos anyone know if I am missing something?? I don't want to give this bad news to a new client if his old accountant was right.