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143 jobs saved at Knowsley-based energy company
Chris Ratten

23 October 2019

Staff and contracts of a Knowsley-based energy company has been transferred out of administration in a deal which saves around 143 jobs.

Jack Deal

Associate Director

Jack works with independent businesses in the East of England, providing commercial and strategic advice and coordinating RSM’s wide ranging service offerings. Jack is based in RSM’s Bury St Edmunds and Cambridge offices and joined the firm as a school leaver in 2007.

Tax system needs total overhaul to meet net zero carbon aspirations

29 August 2019

On 27 June 2019, the UK became the first major economy in the world to pass laws to end its contribution to global warming by 2050. Tax will have a major role to play, but incentives are in a mess so the system will need a fundamental overhaul to even come close to meeting the net zero aspirations.

Is test-driving a Tesla part of your no-deal planning?

22 August 2019

He perhaps does not realise it, but Elon Musk could be one of the surprise beneficiaries of a no-deal Brexit. The leaked ‘Operation Yellowhammer’ report predicts that Government plans for 0 per cent import tariffs could lead to oil refinery closures, job losses, strikes and disruption to the availability of fuel. In contrast, substantial tax benefits are coming in from April 2020 for electric cars so could it be time for businesses and employees to consider putting in an order?

Dean Simpson

Managing Consultant

Dean is a managing consultant with over 20 years experience in management and leadership. He has led change and transformation programmes, and has a track record of creating and delivering significant performance improvements within challenging industries.

Weekly tax brief | 2 July 2019

02 July 2019

In RSM’s Weekly Tax Brief, we provide our round-up of the most important tax news. And what could be more important than the climate change emergency?

Could the new tax treatment for low emission vehicles unlock pent-up demand?

02 July 2019

With costs falling, new models such as Porsche, Mini and Mercedes coming onto the market, and even James Bond rumoured to be driving an EV, the electric vehicle is fast becoming the coolest of cars to own.

Cycle to work scheme celebrates 20th anniversary

02 July 2019

In the 20 years since the Cycle to Work scheme was introduced, the scheme has involved over 40,000 employers and helped more than 1.6 million commuters pedal to work. Yet a recent IFF research report does not list it in the top five employee benefits, but workplace car parking does feature.

Labour's plan to curb global warming leaves the City cold

02 July 2019

With the odds shortening on a 2019 General Election, businesses are paying closer attention to policy announcements from the Opposition. So it was standing room only at the UK Finance HQ in London last week as John McDonnell unveiled the Labour Party's new approach to tackling climate change and supporting sustainable investment.

Act now to escape VAT hike on energy-saving materials

02 July 2019

One of the areas that Sadiq Khan has identified as part of London Climate Action Week is a renewed focus on 'clean energy and energy efficiency’. It is therefore with some sense of irony that we are reporting on VAT changes that may lead to increases in the cost of the installation of energy saving materials to some consumers. The good news is that, if you act quickly, there is still time to benefit from VAT relief on this type of work.

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