FLEET Alliance has launched a salary sacrifice scheme aimed at SME businesses.

The Glasgow broker says its scheme offers great value to SME firms that may be unaware of the tax and savings opportunities available under such acquisition methods.

With EV BIK locked in between 1%-2% until 2024/25, Fleet Alliance says that it presents a window of opportunity for employers and employees to save on both NIC and BIK tax.

Using the company’s multi-bid panel funding, the broker says it can deliver the lowest cost and maximum value to SMEs. In addition, free access to its e-Fleet fleet management platform is also included to assist with vehicle management.

Martin Brown, managing director of Fleet Alliance, commented:

“We believe our new salary sacrifice scheme offers benefits for businesses of all size. But it will resonate especially with SMEs for whom this type of scheme has not been widely available. Its advantages of lower leasing costs, full maintenance, fully comprehensive insurance and the option to tailor lifestyle protection offer particular value to SMEs.

“To demonstrate its effectiveness, we provide exclusive access to our easy-to-use online calculator that helps demonstrate the savings potential available to both employers and employees for all new models available.

“As a business we are fully committed to being zero emission by 2030 and we know that many of our customers have made, or are moving towards, the same commitment. This new scheme will play a valuable role in helping them achieve that objective.”

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