Want a calculator to calculate your company car tax? With this calculator you can calculate what tax you get by having a company car. The calculator takes into account the age of the car, how far you drive in the profession, and what income you have. This applies in principle for the tax years 2006 to 2008.
It doesn’t matter what tax class you are in for calculating the tax
The points of entry for the top tax are the same. The marginal tax you receive on the company car will thus be equal in both tax classes.
It doesn’t matter what tax class you are in for calculating the tax. The points of entry for the top tax are the same. The marginal tax you receive on the company car will thus be equal in both tax classes.
Some of the things that matter to the company car tax are:
The car’s new price
Your gross income
Age of the car
Professional skiing more than 40,000 km
Cheap company cars from 2009
With Auto as a company car, you save for example USD 5,000 tax in 2009.
For 2009, the basis for company car tax is calculated as follows:
As in 2007 and 2008, the basis for taxation will be the list price including equipment, and the following rates will be used when calculating income tax and tax:
30% of list price up to USD 257,100
20% of the part of the list price exceeding USD 257,100
If the car costs USD 300,000, the calculation will be as follows:
Kr 257,100, – x 30% = Kr 77,130, –
Kr 42,900, – x 20% = Kr 8,580, –
This gives a total income premium of USD 85,710.
For cars older than 3 years, the starting point for the calculation is 75% of the car’s list price. The “age discount” applies from the fourth calendar year after you have received the car. Please note that this applies throughout the calendar year. If a car is taken out new in January it must run for 3 years and 11 months before taxation is reduced.