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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?

RSM cloud services now available on Government digital marketplace
Chris Knowles

19 July 2019

RSM has been successful in securing the listing of 13 of its services on the Crown Commercial Service's G-Cloud 11 Framework available on the digital marketplace.

Hot tax topics, Westminster-style

10 July 2019

The All-Party Parliamentary Group on Taxation provides a forum for MPs and those outside Parliament to discuss hot tax topics. We summarise the issues discussed at the group’s meeting.

Tax policies of our next PM and the impact on Scotland

01 July 2019

As the Tory leadership election enters its final phase, we now know that our next Prime Minister will either be Boris Johnson or Jeremy Hunt. Each have indicated their position on future tax policies; but what do they mean for UK taxpayers and will we see further divergence of UK and Scottish taxes as a consequence?

Emergency services sector update - June 2019
Daniel Harris

26 June 2019

Welcome to RSM’s June 2019 edition of our Emergency Services sector briefing, which provides a useful source of insight into recent developments and publications affecting the sector.

Flaws in Labour and Conservative tax proposals betray muddled thinking

26 June 2019

We keep a close eye on new tax proposals put forward by the political parties to make sure that they are clear, sensible, workable, fair and transparent. In this blog, we look at two more tax proposals being considered by the Labour Party and we dissect the tax ideas of two surviving candidates for the role of leader of the Conservative party. The results are not flattering.

Susan Ball

Partner

Susan has over 30 years' experience working extensively in the employment tax, investigations and reward field. She has a breadth of experience in dealing with all aspects of PAYE and Social Security in the UK and overseas as well as the Construction Industry Scheme, employee benefits and expenses, compliance and employment status issues together with reward planning including salary sacrifice from both an advisory and compliance point of view.

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