20 August 2021
Healthcare employers who have embraced using apprenticeships have found positive results in regard to acquiring and nurturing talent within the industry. Could apprenticeships in the healthcare sector be used further as a key business tool?
16 August 2021
Life sciences businesses risk losing access to R&D tax credits during fundraising rounds.
Liz is a partner in RSM’s internal audit practice with a focus on the healthcare and charity sectors.
Laura has over 15 years of consulting experience within Health programme evaluation, health research, health workforce, medical education reform, social care programme evaluation, digital health and social care.
Alex is an FCCA accountant with over 19 years internal audit experience. Alex works predominantly in the not for profit public sector including NHS, education and social housing, but also has experience of working with financial services clients, private and charity sectors.
02 September 2020
The Government has announced plans to simplify the way public bodies, including the NHS, recover VAT they are charged on outsourced activities and infrastructure projects. While this may seem welcome news upfront, the proposed full refund model could radically change the market for contractors and private sector competitors and may have a net effect on core public funding.
04 August 2020
Many NHS trusts have made accommodation, food, transport and parking available to staff in order to keep them safe and well and to enable them to do their jobs. However, the NHS and these staff could be facing a large tax bill under current rules.
21 April 2020
In these exceptional times, our emergency services are working tirelessly to help in the fight against coronavirus. Following a request from RSM, HMRC has agreed to a new VAT relief for fire authorities collaborating with the NHS in coronavirus activities.
29 January 2020
The government recently announced that many NHS patients and visitors in England will be able to access free NHS hospital car parking from April this year. To many this is great news, but the changes may have unintended tax consequences for embattled NHS Trusts with implications for frontline services.
14 January 2020
James Gransby, a partner who specialises in GP practice accounting comments ahead of the 15 January closure of NHS England's (NHSE) consultation on the service specifications required of GP practices working within Primary Care Networks (PCNs).