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Added: 8th Jan
January 2018

January Monthly Bulletin

Welcome to the first monthly bulletin of 2018, in this issue we look at (click on titles for links): Scottish Draft Budget- Finance Secretary Derek Mackay delivered the 2018/19 Scottish Draft Budget on Thursday 14 December 2017 setting out the Scottish government's financial and tax plans. Land and Buildings Transaction…

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Added: 6th Nov
November Bulletin

November Bulletin

In our monthly bulletin we summarise the latest Tax and Business advice and changes to keep you informed.  Click on the headings for further information and if you would like to discuss any of the points raised, call us on 01625 669669. Interest rates rise - The Bank of England…

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Added: 8th Aug
Latest Business and Tax Newswire

Latest Business and Tax Newswire

The Harts monthly newswire has been designed to keep you informed of the latest business and tax issues. Click on titles to read the full article(s) and if you have any questions on any of the points raised, contact us to discuss. New timetable for Making Tax Digital - The government…

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Added: 11th Jul
Monthly News

Monthly News

Welcome to our monthly newswire designed to keep you informed of the latest business and tax issues - click on title to read full articles Please contact us if you have any questions. Remember, we're here to help. Queen's Speech and proposed legislation - The Queen delivered the 2017 Queen's…

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Added: 1st Mar
Chartered Accountant Manchester

Spring 2017 Business Update newsletter

The latest Business Update newsletter is now available to view online from Harts Accountants. This Business Update Spring 2017 issue covers information on: VAT Flat Rate Scheme Changes Some good news for companies - Tax Relief Don't ERr in your claim - Entrepreneurs' Relief (ER) State Pensions Entitlements Venture Capital Trusts A…

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Added: 16th Jan

Happy New Year from HMRC?

Many, hopefully most, readers will already have completed and filed their 2015-16 tax returns and might be forgiven for thinking that tax is “done” for another year. However it is worth publicising three big upcoming tax rises which between them will affect most readers. Dividend taxation - The first, which…

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