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Climate change emergency and tax on a war footing

02 July 2019

It has been widely suggested that, in tackling a global climate emergency, nations should effectively be on a war footing. With the concept of a climate emergency gaining more and more acceptance, we thought it would be interesting to look back to the UK War Budget introduced by Chancellor of the Exchequer Sir John Simon on 27 September 1939.

RSM to host major event as part of London Climate Action Week
Sheena McGuinness

21 June 2019

Audit, tax and consulting firm RSM is to host a major climate conference as part of London Climate Change Week which runs from 1-8 July 2019. The initiative is the capital's first ever week dedicated to climate action and is supported by the Mayor of London.

Frictionless payments - millennial money and the rise of a buy now, pay later culture

30 May 2019

Frictionless payment platforms are offering consumers ‘buy now pay later’ customer credit. In this article Ceri Plowman takes discusses the short-term benefits for consumers and retailers and the broader long term effects of this offering.

RSM takes leading role at London Food Tech Week
David Blacher

23 May 2019

RSM will host a panel of leading food tech investors at this week’s London Food Tech Week, an annual week-long initiative spearheaded by YFood, the UK’s leading driver of food tech innovation.

Tech Nation hits the road with leading State of the Nation report
David Blacher

23 May 2019

Tech Nation, the UK’s leading network for tech entrepreneurs, will this week take its recently launched ‘UK tech on the global stage’ report to ten major cities across the UK in just nine weeks. Sponsored by leading audit, tax and consulting firm RSM, the roadshow will kick-off in Newcastle today (23 May).

Can food tech save us?

20 May 2019

With so much innovation in the food space, from realistic meat alternatives to delivery technology solutions, there is an abundance of promise for tech investors looking to grow rapidly and at scale. When it comes to return on investment, however, investors need to be savvy with whom and where they decide to invest. Does technology, therefore, make a recipe for success or disaster?

Will a carbon-added tax help save the world?

15 May 2019

What might a new tax, intended to reduce carbon emissions, look like? Think of it as a carbon-added tax replacing the existing Climate Change Levy paid by some businesses. It would work by taxing carbon dioxide emitted as greenhouse gases at each stage in the creation and sale of goods or services. The greater the amount of carbon, the higher the amount of tax. Reflecting carbon consumption in the price of goods and services, while incentivising the adoption of low-carbon alternatives, would be a massive step towards a low-carbon world.

Dougy Agnew

Partner

Dougy is a partner in our Aberdeen office , advising advising owner managed businesses on all tax issues for close to 30 years.

What does the climate emergency mean for our taxes?

09 May 2019

The declarations made by the British, Scottish and Welsh governments, as well as by cities including London, Edinburgh, Bristol and Manchester, that climate change is a national emergency reflect the greatest concern of our times but do not commit to any action. However, the ‘Net Zero’ report by the UK Committee on Climate Change is full of specific recommendations. Taxes will almost certainly rise. We look at the details.

Duncan Nott

Partner

Duncan is a partner in our London office, helping businesses to find practical and robust solutions to their transfer pricing issues.

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