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Brexit sentiment at all-time high
Simon Hart

28 June 2018

Middle market leaders are becoming increasingly confident about their ability to weather Brexit volatility. Many are cautiously optimistic that the UK’s departure from the EU will have a positive impact on their short-term and long-term business prospects.

Brexit Monitor

28 June 2018

RSM is working with YouGov to track business sentiment as the UK prepares to leave the EU. Our quarterly Brexit Monitor is based on more than 300 interviews with C-suite respondents across five key industries.

Making Tax Digital (MTD) - VAT

25 June 2018

From April 2019 VAT registered businesses in the UK will need to be MTD compliant for VAT, but do you know the facts from the myths?

GDPR – how does this impact your payroll process?

22 June 2018

General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into force on 25 May 2018 carrying with it a penalty up to €20m or 4 per cent of global annual turnover, how does this impact your payroll process?

Supreme Court confirms self-employed plumber was a worker entitled to employment rights

22 June 2018

In the last instalment of the Pimlico Plumbers employment rights’ saga, the Supreme Court has agreed that a self-employed plumber was actually a worker. What impact will this decision have?

Potential changes to off-payroll working and IR35 in the private sector

22 June 2018

The government's much anticipated consultation paper on IR35 in the private sector was published in May. What does the consultation paper say?

Dress codes in the workplace – what does the newly released government guidance advise?

22 June 2018

There have been several high-profile news reports which have questioned the appropriateness of dress code policies in the workplace. Read more to find out how your organisation can avoid making mistakes?

Inheritance tax and spouses / civil partners with mixed domiciles – tax pitfalls
Sophie St John

Many spouses and civil partners are under the impression that anything they gift to the other, whether during their lifetime or on death, is fully exempt from inheritance tax (IHT). However, there is an anomaly which can have serious IHT consequences for some couples (spouses and civil partners are referred to as ‘married couples’ and ‘spouses’ below for brevity).

Investors’ relief

An expansion of entrepreneurs’ relief, investors’ relief could provide for a reduced 10 per cent rate of capital gains tax (CGT). In our short video we explain what investors’ relief could mean for you and how RSM can help you explore your tax planning options.

Entrepreneurs’ relief
Helen Relf

This valuable tax relief can help reduce the rate of capital gains tax (CGT) on a qualifying disposals of all or part of a business. Take a look at our short video to see what this could mean for you and how RSM can help.