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RSM welcomes interim independent review of legal services regulation
George Bull

24 September 2019

RSM has welcomed the publication of the interim Independent Review of Legal Services Regulation and urged members of the legal profession to share their views on the proposed reforms.

The impact of removing tax breaks for independent schools

17 September 2019

Last week, the Daily Telegraph reported on a leaked shadow Treasury document which revealed Labour proposals to impose VAT on independent school fees and remove their discounted business rates. So what impact would this have on independent schools and their fee-paying parents?

Susan Ball

Partner

Susan has over 30 years' experience working extensively in the employment tax, investigations and reward field. She has a breadth of experience in dealing with all aspects of PAYE and Social Security in the UK and overseas as well as the Construction Industry Scheme, employee benefits and expenses, compliance and employment status issues together with reward planning including salary sacrifice from both an advisory and compliance point of view.

Duncan Nott

Partner

Duncan is a partner in our London office, helping businesses to find practical and robust solutions to their transfer pricing issues.

Why should professional services businesses consider equity incentives?
Rowan Williams

15 February 2019

Equity incentives can support the growth of professional services firms. Martin Cooper (Corporate Tax Director and share schemes secialist) explains the benefits of considering equity incentives structures.

How will new HMRC delegated authority claims handling guidance affect lawyers?
Ian Carpenter

21 January 2019

HMRC have issued new guidance on delegated authority claims handling by lawyers. Ian Carpenter (RSM’s head of indirect tax) discusses the new guidance and what it means for law firms and the potential VAT costs.

Termination payments

12 December 2017

When considering the tax treatment of a payment in relation to a termination of employment, it cannot be assumed that the £30,000 ‘termination payment exemption’ applies.

Audrey Fearing

Partner, Head of Healthcare

Audrey is part of our indirect tax team and helps to grow the government and public sector indirect tax business. She focusses on advising NHS, local authority and social housing clients on all aspects of VAT.

Student loan problems – self-help for graduates; action for Parliament

18 August 2017

With delays by HMRC being blamed for graduates over-repaying student loans to the tune of some £50m, we make suggestions for fixing the problem in the longer term. We also identify practical self-help measures which graduates can take now.

David Williams-Richardson

Partner

David is a partner in the employer solutions team in Gatwick office specialising in all aspects of employment tax compliance and advice.

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