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Could we see a multifaceted tax sting on the gig economy?
Graham Farquhar

16 June 2017

The publishing of the findings of Matthew Taylor’s review of modern day work practices this summer will provide insights into the way in which worker’s rights to pensions, annual leave and sick pay is likely to move.

Innovation needed to support UK manufacturing growth, survey finds
Mike Thornton

14 June 2017

New statistics, taken from a manufacturing industry survey by leading audit, tax and consulting firm RSM, show UK manufacturers need to invest in key business systems to compete with EU and international counterparts.

Could political uncertainty disrupt Making Tax Digital roll out?
Andrew Hubbard

13 June 2017

The uncertainty caused by the inconclusive general election result creates an opportunity for a rethink about the timetable for the roll out of Making Tax Digital – the government’s flagship programme for modernising the administration of the tax system.

Yorkshire based law firm goes into administration
Gareth Harris

12 June 2017

Gareth Harris and Keith Marshall of RSM Restructuring Advisory LLP were appointed Joint Administrators of Unity Law Limited on 2 June 2017.

RSM wins Best Accountancy firm award
Kevin Duffy

09 June 2017

Audit, tax and consulting firm RSM has won the Best Accountancy Firm of the Year accolade at this year’s Lancashire Business Awards.

Will the new Government rise to the tax challenge?
George Bull

09 June 2017

With the UK now facing the certainty of a hung parliament, the tax consequences are anything but clear. The next days and weeks may see a new leader for the Conservative party, a coalition government or even another election.

Is tax still a key battleground for Scotland in the general election?
Shirley McIntosh

07 June 2017

This week Scottish voters will be asked to vote on another major decision for the country in the general election on Thursday. Tax has been the traditional battleground for the hearts and minds of voters, but now that the Scottish Parliament has control over the rates of income tax and the bands in which it applies, this debate has taken on a slightly different complexion in this general election. So has this affected the manifestos pledges?

Innovation missing from Scottish manifesto pledges for the food and drink sector
Stuart McCallum

07 June 2017

When you look at each manifesto for the Scottish parties, it’s good to see that food and drink is a prominent sector – highlighting its importance to support the future growth of the Scottish economy.

Lancashire textile businesses sold out of administration
Jeremy Woodside

06 June 2017

A group of Lancashire textile businesses have been sold out of administration in a deal which saves over 100 jobs and maintains continuity of service to customers.

Online crimes against retailers rise 30 per cent as new data protection rules loom
Andrew Westbrook

06 June 2017

Incidents of online crime against businesses in the retail sector have risen by 30 per cent over the last year according to a new crime survey, raising concerns about the sector’s preparedness for new data protection rules.

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