20 August 2018
Leading audit, tax and consulting firm RSM has partnered with Sunderland Software City, to make it easier for businesses to access the advice they need to scale up and compete on a global scale. The new partnership is designed to provide support and guidance to the region’s growing technology sector.
17 August 2018
RSM has welcomed the announcement from Communities Secretary and Midlands Engine Champion James Brokenshire MP of new investment in the Loughborough University Science and Enterprise Park.
03 August 2018
As artificial intelligence’s prevalence is increasing, many fear that it will harm employment, simply replacing the jobs of many workers that are not in creative jobs. There are a number of reasons why we should welcome AI to the workplace rather than resist.
01 August 2018
A new judgment from the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) could have significant VAT implications for providers of payment collection services and those that use their services such as charities, healthcare providers and businesses that accept payments by instalments.
26 July 2018
Debates about the UK's post-Brexit arrangements frequently draw on to models adopted by other nations. This made us wonder about tax and funding the NHS. Does the Singapore healthcare model have features which the UK could adopt?
23 July 2018
New statistics reveal that HMRC paid out £868m in creative sector tax relief during 2017/18 (£3.7bn since the reliefs were introduced).
20 July 2018
HMRC has launched another way for the technically minded to access information – by asking Alexa. But is this a helpful addition to HMRC’s information toolkit, or just a gimmick which could end up alienating some of the people who need help the most?
Paul has over 20 years’ experience of senior leadership in general management, program and project management, business analysis, operational/strategic management, and business transformation.
13 July 2018
Employers in the care sector will be relieved by the Court of Appeal’s decision that staff required to sleep-in are not entitled to be paid National Minimum Wage for the time spent sleeping.