Tag: Tax

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…


Added: 31st Jan
Chris Bentley, Tax Accountant

Paying too much tax?

You along with many of our clients may think this is the case, particularly at this time of year when presented with last year’s self-assessment tax return. If you are already of this mindset, the bad news is that there are big tax rises coming in April 2022 and then…


Added: 15th Oct
Chris Bentley, Tax Accountant

Disposing of Residential Property?

Please note this article has been updated following the announcements in the 27th October Autumn Budget where the 30-day CGT was increased to 60-day CGT Regardless of the ebbs and flows of the pandemic, Brexit and the economy, there has been one constant, that house prices are rising. None of…


Added: 29th Sep
Self Employed

The End of Covid Support Measures and Tax Increases

We are now coming to the end of the government’s principal coronavirus support measures. In addition, a significant change to taxation was announced with a 1.25% increase to employee national insurance, employer national insurance, and income tax on dividends. In further detail: Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme - Furlough This ends…