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New draft legislation could severely restrict VAT recovery by insurers
Justine McInnes

24 July 2018

New draft legislation issued by HMRC could potentially impose very significant restrictions on VAT recovery by providers of certain 'insurance related' services, RSM has warned.

RSM announces new regional audit managing partners in the North and Scotland
Jonathan Ericson

24 July 2018

RSM UK has announced the appointment of Claire Leece and Jonathan Lowe as the regional audit managing partners (RAMP) for its North East and Scotland region, and the North West, respectively.

Key appointment strengthens RSM's tax capability
Robert De La Rue

23 July 2018

Leading audit, tax and consulting firm RSM has appointed Robert De La Rue as a tax partner in Chelmsford to strengthen its regional and national tax practice. The appointment reflects the firm’s continued commitment to invest in talent and expertise to drive further growth.

Tax breaks plough nearly £4bn back into UK creative industry
James Tetley

23 July 2018

New statistics reveal that HMRC paid out £868m in creative sector tax relief during 2017/18 (£3.7bn since the reliefs were introduced).

PAYE proposal for gig economy workers risks further confusion
David Williams-Richardson

20 July 2018

David Williams-Richardson, an employer solutions partner at RSM, comments on today's report from the Office of Tax Simplification (OTS) which proposes new solutions for taxing gig economy workers who operate through online platforms.

RSM comments on MoD Scottish tax reimbursement
Shirley McIntosh

20 July 2018

The UK government has announced it will compensate military personnel who now pay more tax due to Scottish tax reform. Changes to tax rates in Scotland which came into effect in April 2018 means any Scottish taxpayer earning more than £26,000 pays more income tax than taxpayers in the rest of the UK.

M& A deals drop amidst Brexit uncertainty but demand for assets holding up
Rob Donaldson

19 July 2018

The number of UK M&A transactions in the first half of 2018 fell by 14 per cent versus the same period last year, but demand for assets is still strong despite Brexit uncertainty, according to RSM.

RSM comments on latest retail sales figures
Andrew Westbrook

19 July 2018

Andrew Westbrook, head of retail at RSM, comments on the latest retail sales figures for June published by the Office of National Statistics.

RSM advises Looking4.com on its sale to Manchester Airport Group
Steve Hubbard

18 July 2018

RSM’s corporate finance team has advised Leeds-based Agency of the North Limited (trading as Looking4.com) on its sale to the UK’s largest airport operator, Manchester Airport Group (MAG).

MPs call on Government to tackle discrimination against older workers
Carolyn Brown

17 July 2018

Employers are failing to tackle discrimination against older workers and a new approach is needed, according to a new report from The Women and Equalities Committee chaired by Maria Miller MP.

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