According to Oxford Dictionnary, Mobility is the ability to move or be moved freely and easily and is characterized by several modes of activity or occurence.
To help you go along your journey and manage in a smart way your drivers and employees mobility, it is mandatory to analyse all options in terms of duration, schedule, available tools and also in terms of cost. To manage your Total Cost of Mobility (TCM), you need to know precisely what is at stake. Therefore it is our pleasure to share this 2016 Mobility Taxation Guide with you.
In this edition, you will find an analysis of the tax rules in respect of alternative mobility modes in six countries: Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, The Netherlands, and the UK.
Our aim is to provide the reader with a practical guide over ten topics, giving at a glance the main taxation aspects of each mobility mode in scope as well as an overview of what has changed, such as the new regime for bicycle in France, the reduction of CIT rates in Italy or the Annual Allowance Expenditure limite reduction in the UK.