Skipr proposes the use of the following budgets:
- The Mobility Budget - managed by the Belgian government. All information about this can be found at https://lebudgetmobilite.be/fr.
- Commute budget - budget that allows employees to use Skipr for home-work trips. The NTD on this type of travel is very low, and therefore advantageous for the employee. It is up to the employer to decide what kind of transport he wants to provide to his employees.
- Main budget - budget given to the employee, which can be spent on commuting (with very low NTD), but also on purely private travel. The employee will pay NTD on the mobility purchased for private travel
- Bonus budget - a budget with the same NTD rules as the main budget type. The difference is that the balance can either be reclaimed in cash by the employee, or transferred from one year to the next.
- Business budget - the employer to offer the possibility to its employees to make business related expenses (meeting, conference etc.) via Skipr.
- Le Forfait des Mobilités Durables - a financial scheme to support private sector employees and public service workers with their home-to-work travel. More information via this link.
- The Mobility Credit - financial compensation for an employee who gives up all or part of their company car. This financial compensation can be used for business or personal travel. More information on this subject here.