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Phil Melia

Tax Director

Phil is a tax director focussed on UK and international tax, with over 20 years’ experience, mainly within the Big 4 and in industry.

Is the NHS facing a big tax bill for keeping us safe and well?

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.

Michael McLaughlin

Partner

Michael is a tax partner based in the Nottingham office. Michael works with corporate clients delivering commercial tax advice on international and domestic tax matters including; global tax compliance, overseas expansion, mergers and acquisitions, corporate structuring, new developments in tax law, tax technology and governance, transfer pricing and tax accounting.

Financial services VAT newsflash: The advocate general's opinion in the Blackrock case has arrived
John Forth

17 March 2020

The opinion of the Advocate General (AG) has been released in the case of Blackrock Investment Management (UK) Limited (Blackrock).

Primary care networks (PCN) topical tax issues
James Gransby

24 February 2020

James Grandby, specialist medical practices partner, covers the key financial considerations and implications for practices and new primary care networks including; taxation of the surplus funding, employment status of the clinical director, and VAT exposure of your PCN.

Government review of NHS pensions – what are the options?

07 January 2020

The Conservatives pledged in their election manifesto that they would take measures to address the NHS pensions crisis. On 18 December they said that they would announce their solution on Budget day (11 March). What options could they be considering?

Graham Steele

Partner

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

Doctors unconvinced by NHS pensions fix

27 November 2019

NHS England has announced that clinicians affected by an NHS pensions Annual Allowance tax charge for the 2019/20 tax year would have any tax payable reimbursed to them on retirement. They may have been hoping for a positive reception to the plans but doctors remain wary.

Doctors offered sticking plaster to help with pensions tax bills

20 November 2019

Ministers appear to have agreed to a short-term fix to the NHS pensions crisis amid concerns about the impact on waiting times. However, the uptake of the new concession may be low because of heavy bureaucracy. Wouldn’t it be simpler if the annual allowance taper was abolished for everybody?

NHS under the microscope over the operation of off-payroll rules

30 October 2019

Over recent months we have been hearing about HMRC reviewing the current operation of the off-payroll rules in the public sector ahead of the new changes from 6 April 2020, which will impact both the private and public sectors. It has also recently emerged that NHS bodies are within the scope of this new approach.

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