Often we’re asked by clients if they should lease a new car, or purchase with a loan instead – with an eye on tax savings. My first admission is that one of the reasons that I really dislike car leasing is it’s more about marketing the sale of new cars than it is about providing you with an effective way to fund your transport. At the expiry of your lease you will often have your lease provider contact you with an explanation of just how easy it is to roll the lease over to a newer model, rather than retaining your existing car. There are genuine tax savings available through salary packaging a car lease at times, but the tax benefits are rarely enough to make…