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Bury St Edmunds tax adviser wins national award
Laragh Jeanroy

07 August 2018

A tax adviser from RSM’s Bury St Edmunds office is celebrating after getting the highest score in the country in her tax exams for the second year running.

Committee proposes lowering gender pay gap reporting threshold
Carolyn Brown

03 August 2018

The Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy committee today published its report on gender pay gap reporting, making several proposals to change the reporting requirements. Carolyn Brown, Employment partner and Head of Client Legal Services at RSM comments.

RSM celebrates LGBT achievements at Leeds Pride
Penrose Foss

02 August 2018

Leading audit, tax and consulting firm will show its support for the LGBT community and celebrate its diversity achievements at this year’s Pride parade in Leeds on Sunday (5 August).

Unrelenting itch to raise rates will overcome conflicting urge to hold says RSM
Rob Donaldson

01 August 2018

Rob Donaldson, partner and national head of Corporate Finance at leading audit, tax and consulting firm RSM, comments ahead of the Bank of England (BoE) announcement tomorrow.

Young adults most at risk from interest rate rise
Alec Pillmoor

01 August 2018

Alec Pillmoor, personal insolvency partner at RSM comments ahead of a possible interest rate rise. "We know that any rate rise is likely to be limited, but that doesn't mean that it won't be felt – particularly by indebted young adults."

CJEU judgment could impact payment collection service providers and their customers
Justine McInnes

01 August 2018

A new judgment from the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) could have significant VAT implications for providers of payment collection services and those that use their services such as charities, healthcare providers and businesses that accept payments by instalments.

ICO reveals fivefold increase in personal data breach reports
David Morris

31 July 2018

The Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) has revealed a big rise in the number of self-reported personal data breach notifications in the first full month following the introduction of the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

Insolvency Service reports highest levels of personal insolvency in over six years while IVAs reach record high
Alec Pillmoor

27 July 2018

The number of people entering a formal personal insolvency process is at its highest quarterly level for over six years, according to new official figures published today.

New figures show rise in retail and construction insolvencies
Graham Bushby

Commenting on today's corporate insolvency figures released by the Insolvency Service, Graham Bushby, head of RSM Restructuring Advisory LLP said

Could non-doms be the answer to increasing the UK tax take?
Rachel de Souza

27 July 2018

Rachel de Souza, tax partner at RSM, responds to today’s statistics on non-domiciled taxpayers in the UK from HMRC.