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Charity Matters 2020
Nick Sladden

13 February 2020

RSM’s inaugural charity newsletter includes articles on GDPR, the increasing risk of fraud and recent changes imposed by HMRC on claiming expenses. Download your copy of the report.

Katherine Williams

Managing Consultant

Katherine works with clients to understand and develop their project and programme management capability, supporting organisations in their delivery of change.

Graham Steele

Partner

Graham is a tax partner and leads RSM’s North West region innovation reliefs team.

End of Term report - Autumn 2019
Nick Sladden

10 December 2019

As we approach the end of 2019, there is significant uncertainty in the independent school sector, not least the impact of the upcoming general election and the targeting of the sector by political parties.

RSM moves up the charity audit league table
Nick Sladden

06 December 2019

RSM has moved up from sixth to fifth place in Charity Finance's annual list of the top 40 charity external auditors.

Pensions complexity sets another trap for taxpayers

04 December 2019

Taxpayers are tripping up on complex pension rules and inadvertently missing key information off their self-assessment tax returns; but are you compliant?

Jennifer Mansoor

Manager

Jennifer is an experienced employment solicitor who helps businesses with people management, assisting clients with complex issues involving their people and implementing a solution in accordance with clients’ objectives.

New scam warning shows pension scheme members still too willing to take unnecessary risks
Ian Bell

08 November 2019

Ian Bell, head of pensions at RSM, comments on the latest warning on pensions scams from The Pensions Regulator and the FCA.

Insurers are all the same…aren’t they?

01 November 2019

A rather technical corner of the pensions’ world has recently highlighted a more general issue: how far do we need to ‘look behind the curtain’ at what a financial regulator does?

HS2 and the tax treatment for compulsory acquisitions

22 October 2019

The UK’s HS2 high-speed rail project has come under fire regarding delays and valuations for compulsory purchase payments, but what are the tax implications individuals and businesses need to consider?

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Andy Murray (11)
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Audrey Fearing (4)
Bill Longe (2)
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Caroline Bellanger Wood (1)
Carolyn Brown (3)
Charles Fray (1)
Charlie Barnes (1)
Chris Knowles (2)
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Christopher Williams (1)
Dale Thorpe (1)
Danielle Stewart (1)
David Barton (2)
David Buxton (1)
Dean Simpson (1)
Deborah Parks Green (2)
Diana Frangou (2)
Donald Fleming (3)
Elisabeth Storey (3)
Ellie Acton (1)
Frankie Davis (1)
Gary Grewal (2)
George Bull (2)
Gilbert Collison (1)
Graham Batty (2)
Guy Mander (2)
Ian Bell (46)
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Janet Hamblin (3)
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