Thank you for the link. To confirm my understanding; If my employer expects me (as part of their company policy) to deduct the mileage I would typically have travelled had I attended my usual place of work, whenever I travel to and from their clients for their business in my personal car, I can claim the difference via self-assessment each year when I complete my return?
I'd be grateful if someone could clarify this for me.
My usual place of work is my employer's office, however, since the onset of Covid, I am also permitted to work from my home office regularly albeit my usual place of work is still my employer's office.
As a Financial Adviser, I regularly travel to various clients' addresses for the sole purpose of my employer's business. So, if I travel from home to a client's address and then return home, is this a business trip and therefore can I claim business mileage?
If so, would I be required to deduct the mileage I may have normally travelled had I attended my usual place of work that particular day? I'd appreciate if someone with knowledge of HMRC rules would answer this for me. Thnak you very much in advance.