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Decoding the Charity Governance Code
Nick Sladden

23 May 2019

There is much work for charities to do to improve governance standards. The Charity Governance Code provides recommended practice in seven key principles, but what are the benefits to your charity of complying with the Code?

The impact of new energy and carbon reporting requirements on large unquoted companies, LLPs and quoted companies
Danielle Stewart OBE

21 May 2019

New carbon and energy reporting requirements have been introduced for large unquoted companies, LLPs and quoted companies, effective for financial periods beginning on or after 1 April 2019.

Proposed amendments to FRS 102 for pension accounting
Danielle Stewart OBE

20 May 2019

The FRC is considering feedback on future changes to FRS 102 in relation to multi-employer defined benefit plans and the transition from defined contribution accounting to defined benefit accounting.

Make it in manufacturing - securing your workforce

20 May 2019

An ageing workforce and a skills shortage are longstanding issues within the manufacturing sector but how can manufacturers combat these challenges and secure their workforces for the future?

Securing new skills
Mike Thornton

20 May 2019

Recent data suggests that the national average percentage of vacancies that are caused by skills shortages is 23 per cent but in manufacturing, this figure is around 35 per cent. With potential workers increasingly influenced by more than just salary, it is important that manufacturers find ways to differentiate themselves from the competition.

Tackling an ageing workforce
Mike Thornton

20 May 2019

The average age of manufacturing staff has climbed beyond that of the finance, retail, hospitality and construction sectors. So what can manufacturers do to ensure they retain their existing talent whilst also encouraging knowledge and skills sharing with the next generation?

Employment allowance – are you claiming?

18 May 2019

The employment allowance was introduced in April 2014 to support employers to grow and hire new staff. From next year the Government has decided to further target it at smaller businesses.

Import VAT for non-owners and more on Brexit and customs duty

18 May 2019

While details of the UK’s long-term relationship with the European Union (EU) remain unclear, the VAT and customs issues associated with international trade continue to throw up challenges.

Tax voice - May 2019

18 May 2019

Welcome to May's edition of tax voice, a monthly round-up of the most important tax news.

Royal baby news!

18 May 2019

RSM is not immune to the general public excitement about a new royal baby, but aside from speculating about gender, names and birthing methods, our minds have turned towards thinking about the tax status of the new seventh in line to the throne.

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