Ideas and insights

Reset
Displaying 10 of 815 results
Employment law update: what you need to know
Steve Sweetlove

29 September 2016

Important changes in employment legislation have been announced. Many organisations will be affected and we have provided a summary of those changes and how employers should begin to prepare.

Weekly tax brief - 27 September 2016

28 September 2016

We analyse a recent OECD report and give our predictions for tax trends, warn businesses about forthcoming changes to the national minimum wage and the possible reputational risk to any businesses that falls foul of the legislation

Shaping the future for business: how does technology fit in?

27 September 2016

At RSM we would like to know what really drives your business growth. Does technology have a new role to play in the dynamically changing business environment?

National minimum wage is changing - watch out for the pitfalls

27 September 2016

Employers need to be on the ball and make sure changes to the National Minimum Wage (NMW) rates, effective from 1 October, are implemented on time.

RSM UK predicts future tax trends

27 September 2016

A recent OECD report has made us think about future tax trends. Will we see continued competition between nations, what will happen to corporate and individual tax rates and what reforms will have the greatest impact on the taxation of businesses in the coming years? Nobody knows for certain, but we’ve put forward three predictions for future trends in tax.

And finally…HMRC discovers post-it notes

27 September 2016

In a world full of cutting-edge, 24/7 communication channels, HMRC revert back to a tried and tested method to encourage tax payers to pay up: Post-It notes. Whatever next?

Busy Bees Holdings acquires Positive Steps Children's Day Nursery
James Carnegie

RSM’s transaction services team provided financial due diligence to Busy Bees Holdings Limited in support of their acquisition of Positive Steps Children’s Day Nursery Limited.

The Pensions Regulator encourage third party administrator accountability
Sheila Pancholi

23 September 2016

Following the announcement by The Pensions Regulator’s (TPR) chief executive Lesley Titcomb that third party administrators must be held to account on cyber security within the pensions industry, it is even clearer that the issue of cyber security needs to be at the forefront of risk management policy regardless of if technology platforms are in house or outsourced.

Board assurance: a toolkit for academies

23 September 2016

Within an academy we understand that the responsibility for managing risks rests with the board of trustees (the board).

Changes to AIM audit reports - what does it mean?
Jonathan Ericson

22 September 2016

There will be mandatory enhancements to AIM company audit reports for periods commencing on or after 17 June 2016. Early adoption is permitted and may be advantageous in certain circumstances.

Pages