Harts CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS

Category: Tax

Added: 2nd Sep
Should I Buy an Electric Car Through My Limited Company Business?

Should I Buy an Electric Car Through My Limited Company Business?

If you can afford to go and buy a new one, then why wouldn’t you? There are great tax advantages in doing so and, in theory, it will also increase your green credentials. Ok, so you can have the argument over whether an electric car is greener than a non-electric…

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Added: 17th Mar
Harts Accountants Macclesfield

Tax Card 2021-22

Following the Budget announcements last week, the NEW Tax card for 2021-22 is now available to view and download. The Tax Card covers: Income Tax - rates and bands, Savings Income, Dividend IncomeIncome Tax Reliefs - allowances for personal, married and blind personIndividual Savings AccountsDevolved Income Tax - for Scotland…

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Added: 10th Feb
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Succession Planning – Passing on Value

For many planning for the future can be difficult, especially when it involves a time when we may not be here ourselves. We all know the importance of having a to up to date Will in place to detail our wishes relating to the distribution of our estate and provisions…

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Added: 14th Mar

March Budget 2020

At Harts we like to keep our clients up to date and informed of changes to government policy and other financial and accounting developments that may affect you and your business. The digital March Budget 2020 is now available online and covers: A reduction in the Entrepreneurs’ Relief lifetime limitAn…

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Added: 14th Mar

Newsletter 13 – Spring 2020

At Harts we like to keep our clients up to date and informed of changes to government policy and other financial and accounting developments that may affect you and your business. The digital Newsletter 13 2020 is now available online and covers: Government gear change on company carAge discriminationWorkplace skills…

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Added: 17th Feb
Chris Bentley, Tax Accountant

What a Difference a Day Makes

Capital gains on residential property Recent years have seen a number of changes to tax rules to increase government tax revenue from buy to let landlords. Stamp duty has been increased markedly and mortgage interest relief has now been restricted, albeit only taking full effect from April 2020. The government…

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