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Essential 6: Economic updates
Simon Hart

06 May 2021

Watch our series of regularly recorded 6 minute economic update essentials from Simon Hart, lead International partner at RSM UK and Joe Brusuleas, chief economist at RSM US.

Government announcements | Brexit
Simon Hart

06 May 2021

Brexit decisions are changing almost daily – explore the most up to date, topical announcements which might impact your business and people here.

Supply chain risk management – the practical steps
Paul Dowell

09 February 2021

What practical steps can you take to mitigate supply chain risks and how can you react to disruption? We explore a few possible scenarios and the options at your disposal to put together your supply chain risk management strategy.

Monitoring your key supply chain risks
Graham Bushby

09 February 2021

The world is changing quickly and businesses need to remain one step ahead. Regularly conducting a supply chain risk assessment will ensure minimal disruption to operations. What measures can you take and what technology is available to help you along the way?

Understanding your key supply chain risks
Paul Dowell

09 February 2021

Understanding your supply chain risks is the first step to minimising the impact that they might have on your business. Develop your understanding of the key risks that might impact your business through a strategic review of your operations.

Business Leaders’ Summit 2021 : In Review
Simon Hart

28 January 2021

At the inaugural Business Leaders’ Summit on Thursday 28 January 2021, RSM specialists unpicked the unique challenge facing the UK’s middle market in 2021.

Brexit, VAT and the Northern Ireland protocol
Philip Munn

20 November 2020

We summarise HMRC's recent guidance on the VAT treatment of the Northern Ireland protocol.

International tax news update Oct 2020
Suze McDonald

17 October 2020

When it comes to the taxation of services provided digitally (usually remotely from territories away from the consumer), the spotlight has been on the OECD for some time, as it strives to find a consensus on the taxation of the digital economy – it previously committed to do this by the end of 2020. A failure to agree a consensus is likely to result in double taxation for affected taxpayers – including the likes of Amazon, Google, Airbnb, Facebook etc.

Are you ready for the transition from LIBOR to SONIA?
Suze McDonald

17 October 2020

The London inter-bank offered rate (LIBOR), a globally accepted key benchmark interest rate for over 35 years , is being replaced by the reformed sterling overnight index average (SONIA) from 31 December 2021.

Managing global remote working and work anywhere policies
Ainsley Wainwright

14 October 2020

When an employee works in a country different to that of their ‘home’ for employment purposes, the result can be a number of tax, social security and regulatory issues for both the individual and their UK employer.

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