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Dear XXXXX I have a client who runs a limited company which

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I have a client who runs a limited company which sells from a market stall. They have a company van. Would a benefit in kind arise since the market stall would be a permanent address?

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Hi Steve

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Yes, as is the usual work place and travel to and from work (aside from any other private use that may arise) is not deemed to be business travel so the employee will be charged a benefit in kind due to this "private" use.


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