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Warren Taylor

Consultant

Warren has been providing taxation advice to individuals and owner managed businesses for 30 years.

Brad Ashton

Partner

Brad is an indirect tax partner specialising in custom duty, VAT and international trade.

Andrew Gordon

Partner

Andrew is a corporate tax partner with over 10 years’ experience, providing proactive tax advice to companies and business owners.

Forward to a digital future

20 January 2016

Utopia or dystopia, your digital tax future is approaching fast. More news on the tax system updates.

House! Taxpayer wins bingo game against the taxman

12 January 2016

We’ve previously discussed how tax legislation often struggles to keep up with technological advancement, and now the humble game of bingo is coming under the scrutiny of the tax tribunal. Apparently the introduction of electronic devices to replace the original bingo card has got the tax experts scratching their heads. It’s enough to make your ‘dabber’ dry out…

Action 8 and intangibles – and what does this mean for the digital economy?

05 October 2015

The OECD has finalised its shake-up of the rules and definitions around intangibles. So what are intangibles and what do multinationals need to do now?

Baker Tilly raises concerns that tax scheme rules could prove disastrous for growing technology companies

29 July 2015

Official statistics have been released by HMRC today showing that UK businesses receiving investment and raising funds through the Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS) and Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme (SEIS) has risen for another year.

Colin Smyth

Partner

Colin is a corporate tax partner with 20 years experience. He advises entrepreneurs and their businesses, as well as private equity houses and quoted companies.

Matt Appleton

Director

Matt is a director who specialises in tax. In particular, Matt enables companies to make the most of R&D tax relief, patent box relief and creative sector tax relief claims. He specialises in corporation taxation and is passionate about helping companies from all sectors with their journey, from start-up; to growing business and possible overseas expansion; maturity and consolidation, and on to eventual exit and beyond.

Jim Burberry

Partner

Jim is RSM’s head of VAT and indirect taxes practice in Scotland. Jim is based in RSM’s Edinburgh office.

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