Knowing the risks facing care businesses, management teams and lenders and how to overcome the challenges, will ensure you are better placed to deliver positive returns.
Matthew Taylor, author of Good Work Review of Modern Working Practices, spoke this week at RSM’s breakfast briefing, discussing the progress of his recommendations made to the government in July 2017. So, what is next for the Taylor Review?
The Central Arbitration Committee (CAC) has decided that Deliveroo’s couriers, known as Roos, are self-employed and not workers. Whilst the case concerned an application for Trade Union recognition, to succeed the couriers had to show they were not self-employed.
Over the years, Chancellors of the Exchequer have got into the habit of giving their Budgets a strapline. Given the current challenges facing the Government– and the threats to his own job in a reshuffle - this will be the ‘Budget of a Chancellor under pressure’.
In our article on 3 October 2017, we discussed how changes to income tax relief on residential property would affect landlords, their tenants and the housing market generally. The recent rise in interest rates can only mean more pain.
If a decline in beer sales continues to reduce the tax take, how will the Chancellor respond and where else can the tax come from?
Einstein said, ‘the hardest thing in the world to understand is tax’ and every year it seems to get harder. The rules frequently change and continue to expand at a seemingly exponential rate, (now over 21,000 pages and 10 million words).
The Supreme Court has ruled that HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) does not have to pay Littlewoods compound interest, worth £1.25bn, on historic VAT overpayments.
Social Care provider’s exposure to a significant liability led HMRC to announce a temporary suspension on enforcing financial penalties in the sector with effect from 26 July 2017.