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Added: 23rd May
Accounting Software - Harts Accountants

Accounting Desktop Software Update: Sage and Quickbooks

Important Notice If you are using Desktop software as your accounting solution this is likely to affect you. Sage has announced that from 30th September 2022 you will not be able to access your data if you are using version 26.2 (v2020) or below.  In order to access your data…

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Added: 1st Apr
Harts Tax Rates 2022-23

Tax Card 2022-23

Following the recent Spring Budget announcements, the NEW Tax card for 2022-23 is now available to view and download. The Tax Card covers: Income Tax - rates and bands, Savings Income, Dividend IncomeIncome Tax Reliefs - allowances for a personal, married and blind personIndividual Savings AccountsDevolved Income Tax - for…

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Added: 25th Mar
Harts Accountants Spring Budget 2022

Spring Budget 2022

Against a backdrop of rising inflation, Chancellor Rishi Sunak presented his Spring Statement on Wednesday 23rd March 2022. This was not intended as a Budget and accordingly, there were relatively few new announcements. Our note covers the changes announced. The news headlines are dominated by a cut in fuel duty…

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Added: 9th Feb

Ladies in Business Spring 2022

We are pleased to announce the details of the next Ladies in Business networking event, the first one in 2022 This event provides ample opportunity to network with like-minded local business women over food and a complimentary drink supplied by the hosts. The event will be held on Wednesday 9th…

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Added: 10th Jan
Self Employed

Government support measures

We would like to let everyone know that in the light of the current disruption caused by Covid-19, HMRC has announced measures to support individuals who have difficulties settling their personal tax liabilities due on 31 January. Deferral of the late payment surcharge HMRC normally levy a late payment penalty…

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Added: 23rd Dec
Self Employed

Government support measures

The Chancellor yesterday announced new business support measures. These are primarily for those sectors most affected by the drop in consumer confidence following the Omicron outbreak and the government’s implementation of “Plan B”. The majority of the additional business support is targeted to the hospitality, leisure and cultural sectors of…

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