Salary Sacrifice

RELAUNCHING IN...

Due to the popularity of our salary sacrifice scheme, we're sadly unable to take on new customers right now - as we ensure our existing customers get great service as they launch their schemes.

But do not worry - you can join our VIP waiting list for our relaunch in the new year. This means that - as soon as we have space - you'll be the first to know. Plus we'll send you invitations to our specialist workshops, as well as the most up to date information about everything Octopus, salary sacrifice and going electric! 

What is the 100% Electric Salary Sacrifice Scheme?

Simple- the scheme lets employees get a new 100% electric car in return for sacrificing part of their gross salary. They save on income tax and national insurance. With extremely low company car tax rates, employees can make significant savings

Octopus EV provide a free scheme to set up

Employees can select a 100% electric car as available to order

The business leases the car and recovers the cost through the employee’s payslip before tax is deducted

This typically unlocks savings of up to 30-40% for most employee’s monthly car costs, even up to 60% for some

One 100% electric vehicle alone on average will save the equivalent of 75 fully grown trees worth of carbon per year

With up to 10% of employees signing up in a business, you can start to estimate the difference you could be making for your team and the environment by implementing this scheme.

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Any prices quoted are subject to changes in law, regulation, tax or duty beyond our reasonable control.

Octopus Electric Vehicles Limited is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority, firm reference number 809736, company number 10754317. Our registered address is 33 Holborn, London EC1N 2HT. Octopus is a credit broker and a vehicle hirer but not a consumer credit lender. Octopus may introduce You to a panel of third-party lenders or hirers and in such circumstances may receive a commission.