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Flying start to 2019 for London's major airports
Ian Bell

11 June 2019

New figures published today show that Heathrow passenger numbers in May reached a record year-on-year high. Over 6.7m passengers passed through the UK's busiest airport in May, making it the 31st month of consecutive record growth.

Pub and restaurant groups report zero growth in May

11 June 2019

Britain’s managed pub and restaurant groups saw trading flat-line in May, according to latest figures from the Coffer Peach Business Tracker. Collective like-for-like sales growth across the market was zero, compared with the same period last year.

It's boomtime for Scottish tourism but will the good times last?
Stuart McCallum

06 June 2019

Last year, Scotland welcomed a record number of international visitors, domestic tourism ticked upwards and total overnight stays rose by a healthy 3 per cent. But while the latest visitor numbers from Visit Scotland are encouraging, tourist spending is down and new threats are coming into view.

Frictionless payments - millennial money and the rise of a buy now, pay later culture

30 May 2019

Frictionless payment platforms are offering consumers ‘buy now pay later’ customer credit. In this article Ceri Plowman takes discusses the short-term benefits for consumers and retailers and the broader long term effects of this offering.

UK sees worrying drop in numbers of overseas visitors
Ian Bell

28 May 2019

The number of overseas visitors to the UK dropped in 2018, despite favourable exchange rates and record-breaking temperatures.

Spending on clothes boosts April retail sales
Andrew Westbrook

24 May 2019

Andrew Westbrook, RSM's head of retail, comments on the latest retail sales figures for April released by the Office of National Statistics.

Can food tech save us?

20 May 2019

With so much innovation in the food space, from realistic meat alternatives to delivery technology solutions, there is an abundance of promise for tech investors looking to grow rapidly and at scale. When it comes to return on investment, however, investors need to be savvy with whom and where they decide to invest. Does technology, therefore, make a recipe for success or disaster?

‘Another One Bites the Dust'

09 May 2019

A look into the reasons behind an increase in airline collapses. What travel businesses can do to avoid failure, and what the future holds for airlines.

Kal Sangha

Partner

Kal is a partner and corporate tax adviser to UK and global businesses, ranging from listed to privately owned. He specialises in a range of sectors, including Infrastructure, real estate & construction, manufacturing (including food & drink) and hospitality & leisure.

How HMRC’s policy change on retained deposits may affect your business
Ian Bell

25 April 2019

As of 1 March HMRC’s new policy came into force in relation to retained (or non-refundable) deposits came into force. This will affect any business which collect non-refundable deposits. Key areas affected by this new policy are hotels, restaurants and leisure sectors.

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