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Health of the sector 2020
Keith Ward

18 March 2020

Now in its 13th year, RSM’s annual health of the sector report assesses the impact of the changing economic and regulatory conditions within the social housing sector.

Katherine Williams

Managing Consultant

Katherine works with clients to understand and develop their project and programme management capability, supporting organisations in their delivery of change.

What should you look for in an election manifesto?

20 November 2019

Most of the political parties will soon be publishing their manifestos ahead of the 12 December general election. We identify the big issues and consider how they might translate into specific tax proposals.

Is PMs corporation tax announcement economic or political?

20 November 2019

The Prime Minister’s plan to revoke the reduction in corporation tax rate to 17 per cent from April 2020 signals an end to the Corporate Tax Road Map published by David Cameron’s Government in 2010 and the decade-long decline in the headline rate. But is the policy driven by economic evidence or political necessity?

A deafening silence for the social housing sector
Keith Ward

15 October 2019

Yesterday’s Queen’s speech provided little clarity on the direction of travel for social housing provision in the UK, which many will see as disappointing at a time when support to build new homes is needed. But is the silence representative of what is happening in the sector?

Emergency services sector update - August 2019
Daniel Harris

29 August 2019

Welcome to RSM’s August 2019 edition of our emergency services sector briefing which provides a useful source of insight into recent developments and publications affecting the sector.

Memo to the Chancellor: ten top tips to simplify the tax system

21 August 2019

It’s good to hear that the Chancellor of the Exchequer Sajid Javid is committed to low taxes and a simpler tax system. To get the ball rolling, RSM’s experienced tax advisers suggest changes which they know their clients would like the Chancellor to make.

Will tax increases pay for Boris’ spending spree?

14 August 2019

With the Prime Minister under attack for alleged blatant electioneering, we take a look at the total cost of the new policy measures which he has announced. These could be paid for through borrowing or tax increases. What might the tax increases look like?

IR35 - The impact to the public sector
Susan Ball

The Government has published revised rules reforming the current off-payroll rules. These already apply in the public sector but are being amended and extended from April 2020.

Tax proposals for the near future

20 July 2019

The Conservative Party leadership contest has now whittled down the contenders to the last two. But what are their tax proposals for the near future?

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