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The two examples I have used above are both personal car owners
The difference is that one has a company fuel card and reimburses the company any private mileage and the other driver uses his own funds to purchase fuel and reclaims business mileage
Does this make a difference whether they can claim MAR or not please?
Employee A has a personal car, receives a monthly car allowance payment and uses a company fuel card. Each month they report their business miles (calculated at less than the MAP) and the company calculate their personal mileage and deduct from their payroll
Employee B has a personal car, receives a monthly car allowance payment and uses their own funds to purchase fuel. Each month they report their business miles (calculated at less than the MAP) and the company reimburse the employee their business mileage through their payroll
Can both employees claim the Mileage alowance relief (MAR).