Lee provides restructuring and insolvency advice to a range of businesses and stakeholders. He takes a straightforward approach to, often challenging, situations and remains focused on securing the best outcome for all parties.
19 May 2021
Stephanie Mason, RSM’s head of further education, said: The Skills and Post 16 Education Bill recognises the positive contribution and importance further education (FE) has on the economy which is welcome news for the sector. However, the levels and accessibility to funding will be a concern for FE providers and with known challenges around levels of funding.
12 May 2021
Adoption of the Charity Governance Code has improved by over ten per cent in 2020 when compared to 2019 - highlighting a marked improvement in governance performance across the sector.
29 April 2021
RSM’s Neil Sevitt has been awarded a prestigious accolade from the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) for long-term service to the charity.
21 April 2021
Contrary to popular belief, colleges are not completely exempt from tax. Instead, there is a complex web of very specific tax exemptions which you must work within if corporation tax is not to become payable. This means it is very easy to accidentally end up with a corporation tax liability.
Liz is a partner in RSM’s internal audit practice with a focus on the healthcare and charity sectors.
22 March 2021
Under current rules, where a VAT-registered business buys in services from outside the UK, it must charge itself UK VAT under the reverse charge procedure. Conversely, those who don’t undertake any economic activities are not liable.
Marketing and Business Development Executive
Amna works in the Not for Profit team and is the national business development lead for social housing, education, emergency services and local government.