TESLA MODEL 3 Performance AWD 4dr [Performance Upgrade] Auto

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Posted 9th Jan
NHS Fleet solutions have a cracking deal on the TESLA MODEL 3 Performance AWD.
Fully insured and maintained, £325 through salary sacrifice.

nhsfleetsolutions.co.uk/veh…rue
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They've moved this to discussion as fleet solutions isn't an "approved merchant"?

Anyway, I hope this helps someone.
Nhs is struggling but sure purchase a load of exspensive cars and sell to staff on the cheap
NHS haven't bought these? Nor are they selling them?
Fleet solutions act as a broker on behalf of lease company!
Dont let the facts get in the way of a good whinge though.
garpat3210/01/2020 09:43

NHS haven't bought these? Nor are they selling them? Fleet solutions act …NHS haven't bought these? Nor are they selling them? Fleet solutions act as a broker on behalf of lease company!Dont let the facts get in the way of a good whinge though.


So your telling me that a company called NHSfleetsolutions has got sweet fa to do with the NHS?
chrisdwiliams10/01/2020 09:48

So your telling me that a company called NHSfleetsolutions has got sweet …So your telling me that a company called NHSfleetsolutions has got sweet fa to do with the NHS?



It's a private company who provide salary sacrifice solutions to the NHS and other government departments. they make money by brokering the deal between the supplier and the person who leases the car. The NHS benefits by not paying the pension an other benefits on the portion of salary that the employee sacrifices. It actually saves the NHS and hence the taxpayer some money.
Al66610/01/2020 09:52

It's a private company who provide salary sacrifice solutions to the NHS …It's a private company who provide salary sacrifice solutions to the NHS and other government departments. they make money by brokering the deal between the supplier and the person who leases the car. The NHS benefits by not paying the pension an other benefits on the portion of salary that the employee sacrifices. It actually saves the NHS and hence the taxpayer some money.


There we go! I’ve learnt something new today
chrisdwiliams10/01/2020 09:48

So your telling me that a company called NHSfleetsolutions has got sweet …So your telling me that a company called NHSfleetsolutions has got sweet fa to do with the NHS?


What? Where did I say that?
garpat3210/01/2020 09:54

What? Where did I say that?


You didn’t, that was my tiny brain trying and failing to be a clever boy
Al66610/01/2020 09:52

It's a private company who provide salary sacrifice solutions to the NHS …It's a private company who provide salary sacrifice solutions to the NHS and other government departments. they make money by brokering the deal between the supplier and the person who leases the car. The NHS benefits by not paying the pension an other benefits on the portion of salary that the employee sacrifices. It actually saves the NHS and hence the taxpayer some money.


And HotUKDeals don't like them, so it seems. :/ :/
garpat3210/01/2020 09:58

And HotUKDeals don't like them, so it seems. :/ :/



It's probably because it isn't a mainstream deal, you can only get it if your organisation is partnered with them.
Pretty much most deals for NHS or students etc could fall into the same category though?
They offer lease to a lot of public sector, not just NHS, that's why they dropped the NHS out of their name.
There's thousands of people eligible, certainly more than the usual 5 p of a pack of cheese, that's in one shop, in one town, and there's only two packs left.
First I was told it can't be posted because 'there isn't enough reviews of the company online"

Then told they can't post targeted deals? Lol
Yeah they do cover a lot, I work for local government and I'm awaiting my IPace in July. It was a little bit cheaper than this deal but not as flashy
Considering staff typically have to pay for parking in a public car park, & no-one admits to damaging stuff, this is a winner for the lease company, insured maybe, but clauses aplenty, the surgeons & specialists we know don't park with the hoi polloi (typically) so it's safer for them anyway. But for everyone else, possibly dodgy territory.
Edited by: "Mr_Gus" 10th Jan
Mr_Gus10/01/2020 11:33

Considering staff typically have to pay for parking in a public car park, …Considering staff typically have to pay for parking in a public car park, & no permits to damaging stuff, this is a winner for the lease company, insured maybe, but clauses aplenty, the surgeons & specialists we know don't park with the you polloi (typically) so it's safer for them anyway. But for everyone else, possibly dodgy territory.


what?
Basically, a tesla with a aluminium body, cameras & sensors is a costly repair job, ..yes I'm aware of "sentry" mode, but knowing how hospitals,car park staff & liability for your be wrangling damage payments long after the event, ..even if caught in camera, have experience of it, if you ask to see the camera details for purposes of damage claim against a member of staff you will tend to be shut down & have to suck the costs yourself.
Edited by: "Mr_Gus" 10th Jan
Al66610/01/2020 09:52

It's a private company who provide salary sacrifice solutions to the NHS …It's a private company who provide salary sacrifice solutions to the NHS and other government departments. they make money by brokering the deal between the supplier and the person who leases the car. The NHS benefits by not paying the pension an other benefits on the portion of salary that the employee sacrifices. It actually saves the NHS and hence the taxpayer some money.


Are you sure this is correct, I thought salary sacrifice meant the employer didn’t have to pay NI on the sacrificed element meaning a tax saving to the employer, the employee benefits by getting to use a part of their gross salary they otherwise would have paid in tax. I’m pretty sure it’s overall bad for the global tax payer but good for the individual and the company....
indywooda10/01/2020 13:00

Are you sure this is correct, I thought salary sacrifice meant the …Are you sure this is correct, I thought salary sacrifice meant the employer didn’t have to pay NI on the sacrificed element meaning a tax saving to the employer, the employee benefits by getting to use a part of their gross salary they otherwise would have paid in tax. I’m pretty sure it’s overall bad for the global tax payer but good for the individual and the company....


It's good for the tax payer if the employer is the government, they don't pay pension contributions or NI on money that they would have done. I suppose they also don't get the tax that the employee would have paid though, swings and roundabouts.
All gone now.
garpat3211/01/2020 10:51

All gone now.


Not surprised £3900 a year for a £53k car and insurance on its own is worth £1k a year!
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