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Added: 6th Dec
Webinar Pensions are they worth it

Webinar Recording: Pensions Are They Worth It?

The Harts Webinar on Thursday 2nd December looked at Pensions, and whether they are worth it. Our guest speaker Ian Marr from Craven Slater & Associates discussed what you can and can’t do with your pension and whether this is still a worthwhile investment. He also looked at the potential…

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Added: 25th Nov
Harts Accountants supporting the Toy Appeal

Supporting the Cheshire’s Silk 106.9 Toy Appeal

Once again Harts Accountants are pleased to be supporting the annual Christmas Toy Appeal by being a drop-off point for gifts. Silk 106.9 and Barlow Motors Skoda in Crewe and Stoke have been running the Toy Appeal for many years with the aim to give children who may not receive…

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Added: 18th Nov
Webinar Pensions are they worth it

Webinar: Pensions Are They Worth It?

Our next Webinar will be held on Thursday 2nd December 2021 from 9.30 am to 10.15 am The topic is Pensions, and whether they are worth it. Ian Marr from Craven Slater & Associates will discuss what you can and can’t do with your pension and whether this is still…

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Added: 8th Nov

East Cheshire Chamber Business Awards 2022

After a two year absence, the East Cheshire Chamber Annual Business Awards will be held on Friday, 18th March 2022 (subject to government restrictions) and once again Harts Accountants will be one of the sponsors. The black-tie dinner and awards ceremony will take place at Cranage Hall near Holmes Chapel…

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Added: 28th Oct
Budget 2021 - Harts Accountants

Autumn Budget 2021

The Chancellor’s Budget yesterday (27th October 2021) focused very much on spending commitments, rather than on taxes. This was perhaps not surprising given we had already seen the announcements of significant increases to Corporation Tax (effective April 2023) in the March budget and to National Insurance (effective April 2022) last…

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Added: 15th Oct
Chris Bentley, Tax Accountant

Disposing of Residential Property?

Please note this article has been updated following the announcements in the 27th October Autumn Budget where the 30-day CGT was increased to 60-day CGT Regardless of the ebbs and flows of the pandemic, Brexit and the economy, there has been one constant, that house prices are rising. None of…

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