Tag: Chris Bentley

Added: 15th Apr
Harts Accountants - Child Benefit Changes

Spring Budget: Child Benefit Changes

Do you have children? Do you or your significant other have taxable income over £500,000? Or if not, would you like your income to be in excess of £50,000. If the answer to the first and either the second or the third questions is "yes", then you need to be…


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…


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…


Added: 17th Feb
Harts Accountants Electric Cars

Webinar Recording: Electric Cars

The February Harts Webinar from Harts Accountants focussed on Electric Cars. We covered all you need to know about company cars and the electric car revolution including: Are electric cars worth it or should you stick with the norm? Should I take the car allowance? Can I do a salary…


Added: 1st Dec

Basis Period Reform Change for many sole traders and members of partnerships

All changes take effect from April 2023 HMRC is seeking to modernise the tax system and to bring in tax revenues earlier. A key part of this is the introduction of MTD (officially “Making Tax Digital”), currently scheduled for April 2024. The cornerstone of HMRC’s MTD system is the requirement…


Added: 19th May
Chris Bentley, Tax Accountant

Multiple companies, increased tax bills?

By Chris Bentley, Tax & Forensic Director Increase in corporation tax from April 2023 Next year’s increase in corporation tax from 19% to 25% for companies making profits over £250,000 has been well publicised. The rate will remain 19% for companies with profits of less than £50,000, with a sliding…