Ainsley is a Director in our Employer Solutions group which specialises in employment tax and expatriate tax.
28 July 2020
While Mr Sunak’s desire to help the struggling high street is laudable, tax changes are notoriously ineffective at correcting market imbalances created by commercial pressures. Large-scale tax changes such as the business rates review and the imposition of an online sales tax also take far more time to implement than the Chancellor has at his disposal. We assess the possibilities and suggest a quick fix which the Chancellor could implement now.
Simon specialises in private client tax, working with HNWIs, entrepreneurs and those with complex tax affairs, with a particular focus on rural and professional services businesses.
14 July 2020
The Chancellor’s Summer Economic Statement delivered on 8 July included various measures to support hospitality and leisure businesses during the coronavirus emergency. They included a targeted temporary VAT cut for supplies of hospitality, hotel accommodation and admission to attractions.
08 July 2020
Join us for our webinar exploring the financing arrangements for the post-lockdown era within the professional services sector.
Bill is an audit partner specialising in listed and AIM groups, private equity backed entities and growing/transacting businesses of scale. He joined RSM in July 2020, having spent the previous nine years at a Big 4 firm, with four as a partner.
Leading audit, tax and consulting firm RSM is lending its support to Lost Stock by helping to run day to day finances. Launched by the team behind, Mallzee, Lost Stock was set up in the wake of coronavirus to help support garment workers in Bangladesh suffering as a result of cancelled clothing stock orders.
24 June 2020
With doors opening on 4 July and the two-metre rule now relaxed, it will be back to business for the leisure and hospitality industry. However, this crisis doesn’t end with the dialling down of coronavirus lockdown and the easing of distancing measures.
19 June 2020
According to the latest figures issued by the Office of National Statistics, UK retail sales rebounded by 12 per cent when compared with the record falls in April, although May was still a difficult month for retailers with total sales down by 13.1 per cent on the pre-coronavirus norm
For many recruitment businesses the option of ‘delay, wait and see’ has become increasingly unviable. Businesses will need to adapt to survive. Any funding shortfall coronavirus has caused requires careful planning, execution and management.