Self-driving vehicles, what you need to know
The self driving landscape is vast, confusing and almost upon us. So what does the future of automated driving mean? How will it effect our daily lives? and what should we look out for? History Automated driving, driver-less or self-driving vehicles have been in the press for a while now,
"Alexa, take the kids to school"
Conversations with your car In 2017 we saw sales of Amazon's Alexa and Google's Home products shoot through the roof. The connected home has been around for a while but, now we can now communicate with our vehicles. Imagine waking up and telling Alexa "Alexa, turn the shower on, temperature
Psngr - v3.0 for Android is live!
That's right Psngr v3.0 for Android is now available for download from the Google Play store - just in time for the festive break! The team has been working extremely hard behind the scenes on improving tracking and bug fixing. Select the link below to download or upgrade your
6 automotive acronyms you should get to know!
Much of the news these days either involves carbon emissions, electric vehicles, Trump, fossil fuels or, all of the above. With all the buzz around electric vehicles and the recent launch of Tesla's new semi-truck, we figured there are a few acronyms you should probably get to know. LSV (Low-Speed
New feature - Manual Trip Logging!
It's been a busy period for the team at Psngr. We have been working on new features that have been suggested to us by our community. Manual trip logging: We have released a new feature to allow users to manually add trips that may have been inaccurately logged. How? From
6 deductible travel expenses!
1.Meals: Most companies will expense the whole bill providing it's a reasonable amount, and you haven't been out to The Ritz for High Tea. It's worth checking the company policy as some companies will only refund 50% of the bill. 2.Laundry: Laundry can be claimed, again it's within
Psngr - feature update!
Behind the scenes, the Psngr team have been working hard to make improvements to the platform. Check out some of the new features below. Expensed vs Unexpensed: From the Home screen users can classify trips into two categories (Personal and Business). This makes it much easier to manage trip expenses
What Are the Top 5 Business Expenses
When starting out there are many costs to take into consideration. Here are our top 5! Office Space: Rent, bills, maintenance, and all other manors of office upkeep are the single greatest cost when starting out. Finding office space is only the start. Managing the fit out, complying with safety
7 fraud figures that will blow your mind!
A 2016 report produced by Chrome River shows the impact that employee expense fraud had on organisations in the U.S. The survey was carried out with over 1,000 business travellers across a range of industries. $2.8 Billion: The annual loss to organisations in the U.S due
6 ways to reduce employee expense fraud!
Align Policies: If the company doesn't have an employee expense policy then how can the employee be held accountable. The policy should contain all forms of prohibited activity, that way there’s no miscommunication and both sides can be held accountable. Education: Educate employees on the correct way to log
Are you accurately logging expense mileage?
In a previous job, I regularly worked at other offices. My role required me to travel most weeks and as a result, I was temporarily relocated to an office 65 miles from home. I was able to claim 45p per mile and 5p extra for any colleagues that also required
5 ways to manage your business mileage!
Pen and Paper: Outdated, time consuming and inaccurate however, much of the UK still logs business mileage for tax reimbursement manually. Remember, all UK mileage logs need to be kept for 5 years - that's a lot of trees! Spreadsheet: A step up from pen and paper and it's presented
5 Questions you need to ask when claiming mileage expense in the UK
1. Can I claim mileage in the UK? Most employers will pay your mileage expenses however, if they don’t, or they don’t cover the full amount you can claim back the tax from HMRC. 2. What’s covered? If you travel for work you may be able to