Calculate your benefit in kind for company cars


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Fuel *
   
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gr/km
(dd/mm/yyyy)

  Tax benefit  
0 € / year
0 € / month
(average)

January
 €
July
 €
February
 €
August
 €
March
 €
September
 €
April
 €
October
 €
May
 €
November
 €
June
 €
December
 €

Changes in 2021
The reference emission for diesel cars drops from 91 gr/km to 84 gr/km and from 111 gr/km to 102 gr/km for petrol or gas cars.
The minimum amount increases to 1,370 EUR per year.

Changes in 2020
The reference emission for diesel cars rises from 88 gr/km to 91 gr/km and from 107 gr/km to 111 gr/km for petrol or gas cars.
The minimum amount increases to 1,360 EUR per year.

Of the calculated BIK amount, 6/7 is payable by the employee and 1/7 is borne by the employer. The BIK for the employee is calculated as follows:

Catalogue value x quotient date of first immatriculation x period of use x CO2 percentage x 6/7


De specifications are:

1. The catalogue value of the vehicle in new condition and for private persons

including

excluding



2. The date of the first immatriculation of the vehicle

This is applied degressively; an annual reduction of the calculated catalogue value by 6% from the second year, and with a minimum of 70%.



3. The period of use

This is calculated from the date on which the driver took over the vehicle, up to the last day but one of use. The first day must always be calculated as a full day, and the last day is not included. In the formula, the duration is divided by the number of days of the year of calculation.



4. The CO2 percentage

The basic percentage for the calculation is 5.5 pct. A reference emission of 91 gr/km is used for vehicles with a diesel engine and 110 gr/km for vehicles with another type of engine. This reference emission is determined annually by a Royal Decree.

If the emission is higher than the reference emission, the calculation percentage is increased by 0.1 % per CO2 gram, to a maximum of 18%.
If the emission is lower than the reference emission, the calculation percentage is decreased by 0.1 % per CO2 gram, to a minimum of 4%.

If no CO2 data is available, a flat-rate emission value will be used:



To conclude, here are some provisions:




DISCLAIMER
No rights can be derived from the calculations and the calculation method described above, which are derived from the text of the Program Law of 29 March 2012. You can find the full text of the Program Law here.