Harts CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS

Category: Business Update

Added: 26th Jul
Self Employed

Government Support Measures

Although the main furlough scheme is being wound down, there remain a number of government support measures in place relating to both Covid-19 and the country’s economic recovery. Three of these which are currently topical and worth sharing more widely are the subject of this article. Fifth self-employment (SEISS) grant…

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Added: 14th Jun
Self Employed

Coronavirus – Business Support Update

The next few weeks will see a number of the government coronavirus support schemes being wound down. In particular, the following changes should be noted: Deadline for applications for interest free deferral of VAT 21st June is the deadline for applying to pay VAT, which was deferred from the February,…

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Added: 25th May
Self Employed

Coronavirus – Deadline for 4th Self Employed Grant

Next Tuesday, 1st June marks the deadline for claiming the fourth grant under the government’s coronavirus Self Employment Income Support Scheme (SEISS). The fourth grant covers the period from 1 February to 30 April 2021 and is for 80% of trading profits up to a maximum of £7500 for an…

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Added: 28th Apr
Government Grants - Harts Accountants Macclesfield & Stockport

Government Grants Eligibility

We wanted to draw your attention to the current government grants and support for businesses that are currently available. These are summarised below with further information accessed by clicking the links. We hope you find them useful. Check if you're eligible for a Coronavirus Restart Grant The Restart Grant scheme…

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Added: 5th Mar
Budget 2021 - Harts Accountants

Budget 2021

Buy Now Pay Later Rishi Sunak delivered his second Budget yesterday, with a three-point plan firstly to support business, secondly to fix the public finances, and thirdly to build the economy. The Chancellor’s budget very much intends to continue to provide extra funding to support the economy during the next…

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Added: 12th Feb
VAT and Customs Duties Post Brexit

VAT and Customs Duties Post Brexit

There have been a number of changes to VAT and customs duties as a consequence of the UK leaving the EU VAT and customs areas on 31st December 2020. This update summarises the key considerations when trading with overseas business customers. Please be aware that this is relevant to you…

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