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RSM is UK's busiest M&A financial adviser
Rob Donaldson

19 October 2018

Audit, tax and consulting firm RSM has topped the league of the most active M&A financial advisers in the UK this year according to the latest Experian/MarketIQ report.

RSM comments on ONS retail sales figures for September
Andrew Westbrook

18 October 2018

After a positive summer, British consumers reined in their spending in September with the volume of sales dropping by 0.8 per cent versus the previous month. The rise in petrol prices also impacted household budgets with the amount spent on petrol rising by 1.1 percentage points versus the same month last year.

Business sentiment about impact of Brexit dips
Simon Hart

17 October 2018

Middle market businesses have become markedly less positive about the likely impact of Brexit, according to our latest Brexit Monitor survey.

RSM’s fast growing cross-border operations head to Expo Real
Howard Freedman

08 October 2018

RSM, the world’s sixth largest network of independent audit, tax and consulting firms, will head to Munich on Monday 8 October for the start of the annual Expo Real international trade show to raise the profile of its fast growing cross-border real estate team.

Unseasonal drop in new car registrations in September
Alison Ashley

04 October 2018

As expected we’ve seen an unseasonal dip in new car registrations following the spike last month due to a rush to land registrations ahead of the new WLTP measures. Not even consumer demand to secure the new plate could boost activity, as certain manufacturers have limited supply having slowed production ahead of WLTP to mitigate scrappage of non-compliant stock.

880,000 VAT-registered businesses unprepared for new digital tax rules
John Forth

03 October 2018

New analysis from audit, tax and consulting firm RSM suggests there could be as many as 880,000 VAT-registered businesses in the UK that are unprepared for new digital taxation rules which come into force from April next year.

Key appointment strengthens RSM's Milton Keynes office
Mark Morton

03 October 2018

Leading audit, tax and consulting firm RSM has appointed Mark Morton as a partner in Milton Keynes to strengthen its employer solutions practice. The appointment reflects the firm’s continued commitment to invest in key talent and expertise to drive further growth.

Restaurants not to blame for following government advice on tips
Paul Newman

01 October 2018

Paul Newman, head of leisure and hospitality at RSM, comments on the Prime Minister's announcement that restaurant staff are to receive all their tips.

Business confidence in a good Brexit deal dips to lowest level in over a year
Simon Hart

01 October 2018

Confidence among business leaders in the Government's ability to deliver a good Brexit deal has dropped to its lowest level in over a year, according to a new survey by the leading audit, tax and consulting firm RSM.

Will the Chancellor tinker with pensions in the Budget?
Rachel de Souza

01 October 2018

Rachel de Souza, tax partner at RSM, comments on the latest pension contribution and tax relief statistics by HMRC.

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