Help and clarity appreciated…… as unsure and do not want to get into bother with the HMRC.
I live at A and am based at one of the 3 company sites at B. Spend a day a week at our Site C.
A, B and C are totally different towns approx. 30miles apart.
Opt out of the company car scheme (take the allowance) but have a fuel card that covers private mileage.
HR (even though they have a “travel expert”) is not very good and various colleagues are confused.
1. If travel from A (home) to C (different town to my regular workplace) and then home, assume I can claim for the roundtrip. Essentially, £0.45(HMRC allowance upto 10K) x 60(miles).
2. If travel from A (home) to B (regular work place) and then to C (different town), how should I claim. Would ordering of A to C to B make any difference? Essentially, £0.45 x 60(miles) or in the latter scenario £0.45 x 90 (miles…….as go A to C then B then A).
3. When travel from A (home) to B (i.e not my designated workplace but happens to be in the same town) – can I for the round trip i.e 60miles? Would it make any difference if I went to this “other” site first stop in the day or last stop or even spent all day there?
Probably all very simple.