20 October 2020
Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) investing is a huge and growing trend. With increasing recognition that tax avoidance is something which requires great skill but may not be very smart, two recent developments put tax firmly back on the list of hot governance topics. The big question now is whether the next US administration will be prepared to give way on sufficient points to allow the new OECD plan to go ahead.
The UK is still an attractive place to expand your business. Check out our five step path to FDI in the UK.
Navigating the economic and political landscape is a journey for your international operations. At RSM we have the team that can help you.
Are you a UK business that is considering expanding internationally? We have put together five questions that you should ask yourself.
19 October 2020
What to consider if your UK business is expanding internationally, setting up in the UK from overseas, or improving its global operations – and how we can help.
17 October 2020
The London inter-bank offered rate (LIBOR), a globally accepted key benchmark interest rate for over 35 years , is being replaced by the reformed sterling overnight index average (SONIA) from 31 December 2021.
17 October 2020
When it comes to the taxation of services provided digitally (usually remotely from territories away from the consumer), the spotlight has been on the OECD for some time, as it strives to find a consensus on the taxation of the digital economy – it previously committed to do this by the end of 2020. A failure to agree a consensus is likely to result in double taxation for affected taxpayers – including the likes of Amazon, Google, Airbnb, Facebook etc.
14 October 2020
When an employee works in a country different to that of their ‘home’ for employment purposes, the result can be a number of tax, social security and regulatory issues for both the individual and their UK employer.
13 October 2020
One of the skills of an accomplished Chancellor of the Exchequer is to use a single tax to achieve multiple political objectives. We review the UK’s pre-EEC experience of a purchase tax and ask whether a hard Brexit could see the introduction of a higher rate of VAT on luxury goods.