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Tariff schedule gives UK businesses two-week window for no deal Brexit planning
Brad Ashton

13 March 2019

Brad Ashton, Customs and International Trade partner at RSM UK comments on the publication today of the UK's temporary tariff regime to apply in the event of a no deal Brexit.

When is a barn not a barn?

25 February 2019

The complexity of the capital allowances regime could be restricting claims in the agricultural sector, but a recent tribunal decision highlights the fiscal benefits of understanding the criteria and persisting with a claim.

What does Budget 2018 mean for rural and agricultural businesses?

08 November 2018

Following the Chancellors recent budget update our experts in the rural sector give an overview of what farmers and agricultural businesses can expect following the announcement.

The Modern Slavery Act: more than just compliance

09 April 2018

The government has sought to combat and prevent modern slavery through the introduction of the Modern Slavery Act 2015, which covers the offences of slavery, human trafficking, servitude and forced or compulsory labour.

Caroline Wood

Learning and Development Consultant

Caroline designs learning and development solutions that reflect the ambitions and needs of our clients and lead to upskilling employees and improvement in their performance.

Farmers removed from VAT simplification scheme could be due a refund

04 July 2017

A recent opinion from an Advocate General to the European Court of Justice could open the way for farmers who have been incorrectly removed from a VAT simplification scheme to receive a VAT refund from HMRC.

Stuart McCallum

Partner

Stuart works within the business advisory team in Glasgow where he supports clients strategic plans/growth aspirations.

Jenny Irwin

Partner, Head of Economics Consulting

Jenny worked in the private and public sector in management positions before joining a big four consulting group to specialise in evaluation and organisation development.

Paul Harris

Partner

Paul has specialised in private client taxation for more than 20 years. Many of his clients have links to the countryside.

RSM comments on alarming rise in Scottish farm debts
Alistair Dickson

13 September 2016

A report from Scotland’s Chief Statistician has found that the debt levels of Scottish farms are now at their highest level since records began in 1972.

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