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Referendum delays key tax transparency measure

14 June 2016

Clamping down on tax avoidance and increasing transparency is high on the Government’s agenda, but we may have to wait longer than expected for the next phase of changes as Brexit stalls activity - creating more uncertainty for UK businesses.

Embittered separation is no excuse for a late return

14 June 2016

Submitting your tax return on time and accurately is key to avoiding penalties from HMRC, but what if your soon-to-be ex-husband and business partner withholds crucial information which makes it impossible to complete accurately?

Slip up on tax but where's the safety net?

14 June 2016

It is well known that the legal profession provides a safety net for people who critically need legal advice but can’t afford to pay for it. Less well known is that a similar facility exists for vulnerable people who need tax advice. It is provided by two charities and demand for their valuable work is rising.

Procurement routes and frameworks survey
Chris Knowles

13 June 2016

RSM is undertaking research to gain insight into the procurement routes and frameworks that support your organisation's key objectives and strategic plans

The Patent Box rules are changing

13 June 2016

The new rules are less favourable; however, the old regime can still apply if appropriate action is taken in time.

Dealing with International Regulatory Compliance
Ian Sadler

10 June 2016

RSM asked the mid-market in the UK how the challenges of dealing with international regulatory compliance were affecting them and what solutions they had come up with.

Employee ownership is alive and well but further HMRC cuts could inhibit growth

07 June 2016

Recent reports in the national press suggesting that the Government is withdrawing its support from the ‘John Lewis’ model of employee ownership are vastly overstated, but further cuts to the services offered by HMRC to such businesses could inhibit further growth in the sector.

Weekly Tax Brief - 7 June 2016

07 June 2016

In this week’s Tax Brief, we reveal HMRC’s reaction to suggestions that standard tax planning is now under attack, report on RSM’s new survey showing that middle-market businesses will be caught by the OECD’s clampdown on multinational tax avoidance, and explain why the reports of the death of employee ownership are greatly exaggerated.

Higher education risk register analysis
Lisa Randall

07 June 2016

Since tuition fees were increased to a maximum of £9,000 per annum, the higher education sector has become more politicised and institutions are now finding themselves operating in a climate of more league tables and publicly available information.

Middle-market business caught as multinational tax avoidance clampdown takes hold

07 June 2016

Many mid-sized businesses will need to be much more proactive in terms of thinking through international tax issues after a new RSM survey revealed that the OECD’s Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) Action Plan proposals will impact middle-market firms as well as the large multinationals.

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