Company car calculator 2022 – Calculate taxes

Easily calculate your tax with the company car calculator. Photo: fizkes /

You can easily find out how high your taxes are on your company car and which method you should use with our company car calculator.

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With our calculator, you can easily find out which method suits you best to determine your financial benefit, the monthly and annual tax of your company car. The invoice takes into account the fixed costs and the log book method.

What is a financial advantage in a company car?

If your employer makes a company car available, which can also be used for private purposes, the employee receives a financial benefit. This means that the company car is considered a kind of “salary”, and the company car must therefore be taxed for private trips. The exact calculation and regulation is precisely defined by the Income Tax Act.

1% rule or logbook?

There are two methods of calculating the financial performance. The 1% method, also known as the flat-rate method, calculates with a fixed monthly amount in euros, while with the logbook, all private trips with the company car must be taxed at the end of the year. You can use our company car calculator to find out which of the two methods suits your company car and gives you a financial advantage.

Read also: Tax: What will change in 2022

The 0.25% rule for electric cars and the 0.5% rule for hybrid cars

Since January 2020, for a pure electric vehicle with a gross list price of up to EUR 40,000, of which more than half is used for business purposes, only 0.25% of the gross list price must be taxed as a monetary part. Since July 2020, the purchase price limit has been 60,000 euros. For hybrid cars as company cars, the 0.5% rule has been in effect since 2019 if the following applies (1):

  • Purchased before 1 January 2022: Vehicle emits a maximum of 50 g Co2/km or vehicle has a pure electric range of at least 40 km according to WLTP.
  • Purchase after 31 December 2021 and before 1 January 2025: Vehicle emits a maximum of 50 g Co2/km or vehicle has a pure electric range of at least 60 km according to WLTP.
  • Purchased after 31 December 2014: Vehicle emits a maximum of 50 g Co2/km or vehicle has a pure electric range of at least 80 km according to WLTP.

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Which values ​​should I use for the company car calculator?

1% method

For the calculation using the 1% method, you need the following information:

drive type

Depending on the type of vehicle driving, the charges vary. If you use an electric car, the taxes are the lowest, followed by hybrid cars (see above). The internal combustion engine represents the highest tax rate.

Gross list price for the vehicle

The value is calculated based on the vehicle’s gross list price including accessories and VAT. Discounts are not included. If it is an e-car, it must be taken into account that a gross list price of less than €40,000 gives an additional discount and thus another advantage (see above).

way of working

The distance is calculated based on the distance between home and employer. This is a one-way trip only, i.e. there or back.

tax rate

The use of your company car results in an increased tax burden. Please enter the tax rate at which your income is taxed.

1% method vs. log book

To compare both methods and your financial benefit, you need the following values ​​in addition to the information for the 1% method:

The purchase price of the car

The purchase price is the price actually paid in euros for the company car.

annual costs

The calculation of the company car’s annual costs consists of the sum of the fuel costs, the vehicle tax, the car insurance and the repairs per year.

Share of private use

The proportion of private use results in the calculator from the privately driven kilometers in relation to the total number of kilometers.

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