02 July 2020
The Treasury should consider Cash Tax Credits to further ease the cash burden on already stretched retail businesses to give them the means of surviving beyond the 4 July reopening date said RSM’s head of Leisure and Hospitality in an open letter to The Chancellor.
01 July 2020
The latest monthly CIPS manufacturing PMI today reports an above neutral measure in June at 50.1. This marks a welcome return to positive sentiment. It also adds credence to short term opportunities to bolster and strengthen the prospects of the manufacturing sector, and those whose supply chains rely on it, according to leading audit, tax and consulting firm RSM.
01 July 2020
Find out what alternative arrangements commercial tenants and landlords will need to consider in the current coronavirus situation regarding rent obligations, and the accounting and tax considerations these will hold.
24 June 2020
As coronavirus lockdown restrictions ease, our Head of HR Consultants David Gibbens outlines three workforce planning tips for manufacturers to consider in order to remain competitive in a significantly changed world.
17 June 2020
Has your house purchase stalled because of the coronavirus pandemic? There are two reliefs available to buyers of new homes, which could result in significant savings.
16 June 2020
Automotive manufacturers face many challenges and we have automotive manufacturing specialists that can assist you to ensure you are best placed to face these challenges head on.
15 June 2020
At RSM, we have a cross-service team of Leisure and Hospitality experts working with operators across the sector. We use our insight and experience to help navigate clients through an ever-evolving landscape, particularly following the Coronavirus pandemic.
Paul is a corporate tax partner, providing transfer pricing and thin capitalisation advice to all clients in the Central and North West regions. The aim is to provide robust transfer pricing solutions to clients’ issues in a pragmatic way.
09 June 2020
The introduction of the new VAT reverse charge for domestic supplies of construction services has been postponed by HMRC, but will a five-month extension be enough for a sector hard hit by the coronavirus emergency?