Tag: Budget

Added: 16th Mar

Spring Budget 2023

Chancellor Jeremy Hunt delivered a ‘Budget for Growth’ after the Office for Budget Responsibility forecast a stronger than expected performance from the UK economy this year with inflation continuing to fall. In many ways little was announced affecting owner managed businesses, with no changes to the previously announced rates and…


Added: 9th Mar
Spring Budget March 2023

Webinar: Budget

The March Harts Webinar from Harts Accountants will focus on the Spring Budget and will take place on Tuesday 21st from 9.30-10.15. We will be reviewing the Chancellors' budget, its contents and what it means for you and your business. The webinar will be given by Chris Bentley, our tax…


Added: 18th Nov
Chancellors Autumn Statement - Harts Accountants

Autumn Statement – November 2022 Budget

On 17 November 2022, the government presented its third fiscal statement in as many months. This time the Chancellor sought to lay out three core priorities of stability, growth and public services, with an intention to repair the public finances through a mixture of public spending restraint and tax rises.…


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…


Added: 4th Nov
Budget 2021 - Harts Accountants

Webinar Recording: Budget Update

On Thursday 4th November our Webinar focussed on the recent Budget announcements In this session, Harts Tax Director Chris Bentley looked at what was covered in the Chancellor’s Budget on Wednesday 27th October, and how they might affect owner-managed businesses. If you missed the session, then take a look at…


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…