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Apprenticeship reform - thinking beyond the levy
Karl Bentley

04 May 2017

It is estimated only 2 per cent of employers will pay the levy so what is happening for the other 98 per cent of employers?

Audit code of practice
Dominic Blythe

04 May 2017

The SFA and EFA have updated the post-16 audit code of practice (common standard for the provision of assurance in relation to funding of sixth-forms and further education colleges) – what do the changes mean for your organisation?

Further education and skills – reviewing areas for change

04 May 2017

It’s been a period of unprecedented change for the further education and skills sector. The sector must adapt and respond in order to overcome future challenges and to maximise opportunities. Here we discuss some of the biggest issues and provide practical solutions that will help education and training providers remain fit for today and tomorrow

Corporation tax - do US changes end UK’s race to the bottom?

03 May 2017

The UK tax policy of offering the lowest corporation tax rate in the G20, with a rate of 17 per cent from 2020, may be unsustainable once the proposed US tax changes are in force. We consider the issues.

Sustainability and transformation plans - governance arrangements

03 May 2017

STPs are large and complex with a number of stakeholders, so how can they be governed and how can engagement be maintained to enable the delivery required to be deemed successful?

Weekly tax brief - 3 May 2017

03 May 2017

In this edition of RSM’s weekly round-up of the most important tax news, we cover the latest developments.

Brexit may force companies to set up EU based distribution operations

03 May 2017

Now that Article 50 has been triggered, UK businesses that trade extensively with EU and non-EU parties are beginning to form contingency plans to mitigate the effects of Brexit. Some UK importers worried about increased costs and administration may wish to consider establishing an EU-based distribution function to allow continuity of benefits currently in place within the EU.

Who really bears the burden of tax?

03 May 2017

A recent House of Commons Briefing Paper on Stamp duty land tax (SDLT) on residential property includes some interesting statistics, prompting us to consider the question – who really bears the burden of tax?

NHS health matters - spring 2017

03 May 2017

In this edition we look at the governance arrangements around sustainability and transformation plans, how the new data protection regulation impacts the sector, examine whether the taxation system is affecting the NHS landscape and much more.

Quest4Care software

03 May 2017

How capturing meaningful data is enabling care home commissioners to better allocate scarce resources.

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