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RSM reacts to HMRC's modernisation programme

12 November 2015

HMRC today announced plans to consolidate 170 offices across the UK into 13 regional centres

RSM appoints Melanie Reed as its head of corporate tax

11 November 2015

Accountancy firm RSM has appointed Bury St Edmunds based partner Melanie Reed as its national head of corporate tax.

RSM appoints new partners in Southampton
Philip Munn

03 November 2015

Accountancy firm RSM has appointed two new partners to its Southampton office, indirect tax partner Philip Munn and audit partner Paul Anthony.

RSM advises on sale of Cumbria based property asset management and planning consultancy
Tony Edwards

30 October 2015

The corporate finance team at RSM in the North East has advised on the sale of property asset management and planning consultancy North Associates to WYG plc.

Baker Tilly becomes RSM as new global brand rolls out in 110 countries

26 October 2015

Today we have adopted the name RSM, uniting under a single common brand with RSM audit, tax and consulting firms across the world.

Baker Tilly responds to OECD's recommendations for reform of the international tax system

04 October 2015

The OECD’s final Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) action plan for reforming the international tax system.

Baker Tilly North East welcomes eight new trainees
Steve Railton

23 September 2015

Accountancy firm Baker Tilly has expanded its team in the North East with the appointment of eight new trainees.

Baker Tilly warns HMRC's planned shake-up of termination payments could cost employees a packet
George Bull

20 September 2015

Accountancy firm Baker Tilly is warning that proposed changes to termination payments to staff could end up being expensive for employers.

Baker Tilly urges private care businesses to prepare for national living wage

07 September 2015

Accountancy firm Baker Tilly is urging private care businesses to prepare for the introduction of the National Living Wage amid concerns that the new rules could place some operators in financial distress.

UK exports are on the increase, whilst imports take dive - Baker Tilly responds to trade figures
Rob Donaldson

02 September 2015

The latest regional trade statistics published by HMRC today have shown encouraging signs for UK trade, with the value of UK exports increasing by 1.2 per cent.

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