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Added: 2nd Apr
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Tax Card 2024-25

Following the recent Spring Budget announcements, the NEW Tax card for 2024-25 is now available to view and download. The Tax Card covers: Income Tax - rates and bands, Savings Income, Dividend Income Income Tax Reliefs - allowances for a personal, married and blind person Individual Savings Accounts Devolved Income…

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Added: 19th Mar
Harts Accountants - Budgets

Webinar Recording: Spring Budget Update

The March Webinar from Harts Accountants covered The Spring Budget and took place on Tuesday 12th. This informative online session was hosted by Harts Tax Director Chris Bentley, who gave a summary of the key elements of the Spring Budget. Missed it? Take a look at the video below or…

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Added: 7th Mar

Spring Budget 2024

Chancellor Jeremy Hunt delivered his ‘Budget for Long Term Growth’ on Wednesday 6 March 2024. Leaving aside any political spin some might want to put on a Budget shortly before an election, there were some notable changes, particularly in relation to child benefit, furnished holiday lets, and national insurance. There…

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Added: 29th Feb
Harts Accountants - Budgets

Webinar: Budget Update – 12th March 2024

The March Webinar from Harts Accountants is The Budget Update and will take place on Tuesday 12th from 9.30-10.15am. This informative online session will be hosted by Harts Tax Director Chris Bentley, who will be giving his expert insight into the Chancellors plans for the next few months leading up…

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Added: 14th Dec
Harts Accountants Christmas 2023 Office Opening Hours

Christmas Office Hours

Please note that the Harts offices will be closed on Friday 22nd December 2023 at noon, and will reopen on Tuesday 2nd January 2024 from 8.30am. On behalf of all at Harts Accountants, we would like to wish you all the very best for Christmas and New Year.

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Added: 23rd Nov
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Autumn Budget Summary 2023

On 22 November 2023, Jeremy Hunt delivered his Autumn Statement. Against an improving inflationary environment, the Chancellor stated he was keen to stimulate economic growth.   There were significant announcements relating to National Insurance changes and the reform of work-related state benefits. However, despite the statement including 110 measures for businesses,…

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