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Hart Greaves Sponsor Jemima Cooper

By hartgreaves / 19th October 2018 / 0 Comments

Funding in atheletics is incredibly hard and Hart Greaves is delighted to be able to support leading Triathlete Jemima Cooper. Securing financial support for athletics is incredibly hard and Hart Greaves is delighted to be able to support leading Triathlete Jemima Cooper. From professional ballerina to aspiring professional triathlete, Jemima won her very first triathlon […]

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Bristol Dementia Action Alliance

By hartgreaves / 19th December 2017 / 0 Comments

Ken Hart is a trustee of this charity and  Hart Greaves are proud to be able support such a great cause. Please click to download the pdf to see the full newsletter. If you would like to discuss Bristol Dementia Action Alliance in more detail, please feel free to contact Ken Hart. Email [email protected]

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Dementia Friendly Workshop

By hartgreaves / 7th December 2017 / Comments Off on Dementia Friendly Workshop

People with dementia live in all our communities and they and their carers are very likely to be among your clients and customers. That’s why dementia is your business. On 25th January 2018 Hart Greaves are hosting a Free Networking & Dementia Friendly Business Worshop at their offies in Kelston Park. By undertaking some simple […]

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Bath Percent Club

By hartgreaves / 19th October 2017 / Comments Off on Bath Percent Club

The Bath Percent Club has now enlisted over 150 companies and individuals committed to giving back to the local community and Hart Greaves is a proud member supporting Bath and their Charity Kenya Thriving. Please click to download the pdf newsletter. If you would like to discuss the implications of this please feel free to […]

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Pension Contributions for higher earners

By hartgreaves / 19th June 2015 / Comments Off on Pension Contributions for higher earners

One of the Conservative’s election pledges was to increase the individual IHT threshold to include property and ‘take the family home out of Inheritance Tax’, subject to certain limits. Their plan was to fund this by limiting the amount pension tax relief available to high earners. They proposed that the annual allowance for pension contributions […]

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Inheritance Tax

By hartgreaves / 16th April 2015 / Comments Off on Inheritance Tax

In 2010/11 one in 20 estates was liable to IHT, according to the Office of Budget Responsibility: this is expected to rise to one in 10 by 2018/19. This is a material increase but is still a much lower proportion of estates than public perception would suggest. The vast majority of deaths do not result […]

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Does the UK have more elderly than Europe

By hartgreaves / 19th February 2015 / Comments Off on Does the UK have more elderly than Europe

The old-age dependency ratio (OADR) is a measure of the number of people aged 65 and over for every 100 people of working age (15–64). A higher OADR implies that there are more people aged 65 and over relative to people of working age. When comparing the OADR across EU countries, please note the state […]

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What is GDP?

By hartgreaves / 9th February 2015 / Comments Off on What is GDP?

Gross domestic product (GDP) per capita is a measure of a country’s productivity. The figures are expressed in purchasing power standards (PPS), with the EU average set to equal 100. A value for GDP per capita greater than 100 is therefore above the EU average, and vice versa. The use of PPS means figures are […]

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Can I invest into an EIS (Enterprise Investment Scheme)

By hartgreaves / 4th February 2015 / Comments Off on Can I invest into an EIS (Enterprise Investment Scheme)

So, 31st January has come and gone, tax has been paid. What can be done now? For some people it may be…. For some people it might be possible to invest into an EIS (Enterprise Investment Scheme) and claim back 30% of the investment in tax relief, up to a maximum of tax actually paid. […]

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Who can you have as a power of attorney?

By hartgreaves / 19th January 2015 / Comments Off on Who can you have as a power of attorney?

You must appoint someone who has the mental capacity to make their own decisions. A relative A friend A professional Eg solicitor ,Financial Adviser Your Spouse Other matters to consider may include: How good are they at managing their own finances / affairs How well do you really know them. Are you sure they will […]

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