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Thank you for all that. N.B. Of course my £3000 per month should read per annum.
When I first joined this company on the initial contract I received the full rate of 45p per mile and no car allowance.
After being taken onboard full-time I then received the £3000 allowance and the fuel rate that I receive is now based on the Advisory Rate on a monthly basis. All of my team are on the same deal. Does that make this deal unusual or does the £3000 allowance make any other shortfalls null and void?
Your help in this matter is much appreciated.
In my job I use my own car to visit client premises over the whole of my local region (about 1-2000 miles per month) which is quite large. I receive £3000 per month Car Allowance from my company. I also claim the monthly Advisory fuel rate for each month. Can I claim the difference between the Advisory Rate and the Approved mileage and fuel rate, vis-a-vis the Advisory rate at present is 13p and the Approved mileage rate is 45p?