Tag: Cheshire

Added: 6th Feb
The Business Club 2023 Dates

The Business Club – 22nd March 2023

The first Business Club of 2023 will take place on Wednesday 22nd March, starting at 11.45am at the Hollin House Hotel and Restaurant in Bollington. Chris Bentley, Tax Director from Harts will be our main speaker. Coming shortly after the Budget, Chris will be presenting on "Tax for the Business…


Added: 23rd Jan
The Business Club 2023 Dates

The Business Club 2023 Events

The highly successful and popular Business Club quarterly networking lunches will return in 2023,with a few changes. Firstly, we are extremely delighted to announce that the North Cheshire Chamber of Commerce and Orbit Developments will be joining us as hosts of these events. Secondly, the Business Club lunches will now…


Added: 18th Jan
Harts Accountants New Year New Start

New Year. New Start? Or the Same Old Routine?

By the time you are reading this, the Christmas break will be a distant memory, work will be carrying on as before, you will be planning your next holiday and hopefully, all the strikes will be over! But did you utilise the time off to consider what you want to…


Added: 15th Dec
Webinar How to prepare a business plan - Harts Accountants

Webinar Recording: Creating a Business Plan

In our Webinar, on Thursday 15th December we looked at creating a business plan. Planning is vitally important now more than ever with a whole host of issues which continue to affect your business. Having a business plan removes some of that uncertainty and gives you a focus for the…


Added: 13th Dec
Merry Christmas from Harts

Christmas Greetings

Wishing you a happy Christmas and New Year! Our offices will be closing for the Christmas break from 12.00 pm on Friday 23rd Dec and will re-open again at 8.30 am on 3rd January 2023. Have a wonderful Christmas from everyone at Harts!


Added: 8th Dec
Harts Accountants - Budgets

The Budgets – A Giveaway and Takeaway!

So we‘ve had our second budget in 2 months. The first one didn’t go too well as it cost both the chancellor and the PM their jobs, interest rates went up and the financial markets hated it. Let’s give away loads of money that we haven’t got and, if we…