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Gender Pay Gap reporting - stronger enforcement

22 August 2019

The Equality and Human Rights Commission is starting to focus on organisations posting ‘implausible’ data. Would your gender pay gap data stand if it came under scrutiny?

Private client compass

22 August 2019

The UK tax system is as complex as ever before and the penalties for getting it wrong are at its most severe. Our range of ideas helps you navigate the tax landscape.

Avid Insurance Services…A premium deal
Natalie Ord

20 August 2019

RSM’s M&A and private equity team has successfully advised Avid Insurance Services on its partial sale to Beech Tree Private Equity.

Mid-year update on 2019 travel and tourism predictions
Ian Bell

19 August 2019

In January we made some predictions for the travel and tourism sector in 2019. As we reach the half way point in the year we reflect on the first six months and consider what may still occur.

Managing international funding and development aid risk
Richard Smith

Managing risk is a critical pillar of any multinational operation, and for international charities and NGOs, recent scandals have left the sector exposed to heightened scrutiny. With public trust at an all time low, it is critical for organisations to get this right.

New funding available for industrial digital technologies
Mike Thornton

12 August 2019

To support the wave of digital change in the manufacturing sector, the Industry Strategy Challenge Fund (ISCF) has announced funding of up to £30m in projects that focus on the use of Industrial Digital Technologies (IDTs) to transform the productivity and agility of UK manufacturing.

Capital losses - new restrictions
Adrian Benosiglio

08 August 2019

As of 1 April 2020, new rules regarding restrictions on capital losses are due to commence. Find out how you may be affected by the new legislation.

Are higher education institutions complying with UK visas and immigration standards?
Lisa Randall

To maximise the opportunities universities need to remain compliant with UK visas and immigration standards (UKVI) to avoid any future reputational, financial and operational risks.

Government proposes a 1 per cent increase in stamp duty land tax for non-resident buyers of residential property
Adrian Benosiglio

08 August 2019

The Government has issued a consultation paper on their proposals to charge an extra 1 per cent stamp duty land tax (SDLT) for non-resident purchasers of residential property. Find out how this could affect you.

Tax changes the landlord’s ‘Journey’s End’?

05 August 2019

Since 2012 there has been a steady attack on the buy-to-let tax landscape. Have these tax changes meant the end of the road for buy-to-let landlords or are there actions which can mitigate their tax position?

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