13 November 2017
Recent headlines have documented the early termination of a Nuclear Decommissioning Authority 14 year long contract following a legal challenge from an unsuccessful bidder, costing millions to the UK taxpayer. In 2007, Metronet, responsible for two thirds of the Tube’s infrastructure collapsed, costing millions to the UK taxpayer. Are there links between the failures of these and other large scale programmes?
Deborah has extensive experience supporting employers in tax and NIC compliance, with a particular focus on the status of workers.
26 October 2017
In relation to the accounting for gift aid payments made, or expected to be made, from a subsidiary to its charitable parent, the FRC has published FRED 68 which proposes draft amendments to FRS 102 (Section 29 Income Tax).
26 October 2017
Overall, RSM is supportive of the amendments proposed by the Financial Reporting Council in FRED 68. However, we would like to see the scope extended to cover all scenarios where it is probable that a gift aid payment will be made.
Partner, Head of Healthcare
Audrey is part of our indirect tax team and helps to grow the government and public sector indirect tax business. She focusses on advising NHS, local authority and social housing clients on all aspects of VAT.
Partner, North West Regional Head of Real Estate and Construction
Ian is an assurance partner specialising in providing audit, assurance and financial reporting services with particular expertise advising organisations in the real estate sector.
Darren and his team work with businesses to improve the performance of their finance functions, processes and systems.
Phil has over 30 years experience in transport, engineering and automotive finance, alongside substantial expertise in collections, asset and debtor investigation, including fraud and insolvency matters.
15 September 2017
Experts have again warned that in order to meet the UK's long term climate goals, additional sources of low-carbon energy will be needed. Offshore wind farms and nuclear repeatedly hit the headlines but could batteries provide a solution?