Our van tax calculator allows you to quickly and easily calculate the amount you'll be taxed if you have private use of a company van. Just select from the boxes below to find out how much you'll pay and see other key information such as the fuel economy and insurance group.
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If you only use your van for business purposes, or you are self-employed or a sole trader, you do not need to pay company van tax. However, if you are an employee and regularly use your van for private journeys you will pay a flat rate of benefit-in-kind tax. There is an additional charge if your company pays for your fuel, but a discount for zero emission vans. Find out more here
If you only use your van for business purposes, or you are self-employed or a sole trader, you do not need to pay company van tax. However, if you are an employee and use your van for private use regularly, you must pay Benefit In Kind (BIK) tax to HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC). This is known as Van Benefit Tax. Find out more here
If you use a company vehicle for private mileage you must pay Benefit in Kind (BIK). Vans currently attract a flat rate of BIK, which is £3500. If your company also pays for your fuel, for example by giving you a fuel card, there is an additional BIK standard value of £669. Find out more here
Company vans that are used for personal mileage currently attract a flat rate of Benefit in Kind (BIK), which is £3500. This means that if you are a 20% tax payer you'll be charged £700 per year, and if you are a 40% tax payer you'll be charged £1400 a year. Find out more here
Vehicle Excise Duty or VED – known as road tax - is set at a flat rate for vans. For the 2021/2022 tax year - which runs from April to March - the standard charge is £275 for 12 months, although it does vary, rising for older vans according to engine age and falling for vans with smaller, cleaner engines. Find out more here