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RSM welcomes Government SDLT extension as 'sensible and pragmatic' but urges further measures
Chris Etherington

25 February 2021

Further to reports in the media, it is anticipated that the Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) holiday will be extended by three months until 30 June 2020, a move which RSM welcomes.

RSM unveils first virtual cross-border M&A Tax hub for global transactions
Helen Relf

25 February 2021

Leading audit, tax and consulting firm RSM has launched the first virtual cross-border M&A tax hub. The new tax advisory offering will strengthen the firm’s global merger and acquisition capabilities, making it more agile and quick to respond.

Global pandemic and Brexit to trigger asset class and return on investment shifts in real estate
Howard Freedman

24 February 2021

Research by RSM shows that the pandemic and Brexit could both be acting as catalysts for rebalancing the traditional order of asset classes in real estate. Sentiment also highlighted that returns on investment in residential property will level up in some regions.

600,000 businesses on the brink, RSM reacts to latest IPPR report
Graham Bushby

19 February 2021

Leading audit, tax and consulting firm RSM reacts to the latest IPPR report which highlights more than half of million businesses could be at risk of insolvency if Government support ends in March and April 2021.

Uber drivers are workers but where does that leave the statutory employment status test now?
Carolyn Brown

19 February 2021

The Supreme Court has today decided that Uber drivers are workers, ending a multiyear court case and confirming that Uber drivers are entitled to worker’s rights including holiday pay and national minimum wage.

January retail sales echo depressed state of the nation following lacklustre Christmas and no clear exit plan, says RSM
Jacqui Baker

19 February 2021

Britain’s January retail sales decreased by 8.2 per cent in volume when compared with December 2020 and fell by 4.9 per cent in comparison to the previous three months. Strong declines were seen in both clothing stores and fuel. This fell during a period when all non-essential retail stores were closed in England from 6 January with measures due for review in late February.

RSM chief economist named 2020 Thought Leader of the Year

16 February 2021

The Alliance of Merger & Acquisition Advisors (AM&AA) has named RSM chief economist Joe Brusuelas as the winner of its 2020 Middle Market Thought Leader of the Year award. Joe was honoured for his significant contributions to the middle market globally.

RSM calls for industry specific support for the travel and tourism sector
Ian Bell

15 February 2021

The ONS’ latest report tracking the effect of Coronavirus on the UK travel and tourism industry highlights the incredible impact the first two lockdowns had on the sector.

Corporate insolvencies to double in 2021, targeted action is needed warns RSM
Gareth Harris

RSM predicts a doubling of corporate insolvency in 2021, or in the 12 months after Government support is wound down; and sustained levels of corporate insolvencies 15-20 per cent higher than the previous years (2017-2019) for up to three years.

BoE rate announcement validates ‘boldness from business’ says RSM
Simon Hart

As the Bank of England (BoE) held interest rates at 0.1 per cent today, RSM has called on middle market businesses to use this as further evidence to be bold and invest in their future whilst borrowing remains at historic lows.