16 February 2021
We have seen multiple reports over the past couple of years relating to the reform of inheritance tax and capital gains tax, which could have a significant impact on rural communities already facing significant change.
09 October 2020
Sheena McGuinness, partner at RSM, comments on the latest announcements from the government on clean energy and carbon tax.
Jack has spent his career advising independent businesses. Jack lead's RSM's rural group and accounting and business advisory team in the East of England. He specialises in independently owned farming businesses, landed estates and fast growing food and drink businesses.
24 September 2020
Creative companies often use SPVs to maximise the available tax reliefs. But it’s important to understand the rules. This article explains the details.
24 September 2020
Creative sector businesses have access to a range of tax reliefs. In this article, we explain the rules and requirements of each relief so you can maximise your claims.
Phil is a tax director focussed on UK and international tax, with over 20 years’ experience, mainly within the Big 4 and in industry.
04 August 2020
For those who thought playing computer games was ‘a misspent youth’, the industry is now worth over £3.86bn. Video games producers have a number of ways to maximise tax relief but it’s complicated and lengthy. Ahead of Brexit there is opportunity to enhance, simplify and strengthen our top position.
Ainsley is a Director in our Employer Solutions group which specialises in employment tax and expatriate tax.
21 July 2020
With a growing sense that capital taxes are set for reform, this presents grave concerns for the rural sector which relies on many capital tax reliefs for inter-generational planning. It also comes off the back of changes to subsidy support, trade tariffs and labour restrictions which already pose their own challenges. It is crucial therefore that the Office of Tax Simplification consults with the rural community and that the rural community voices its concerns.
17 July 2020
The Office for Budget Responsibility (OBR) has estimated that the coronavirus pandemic will increase government borrowing by almost £300bn in 2020-21. For context, provisional figures for 2019-20 show HMRC’s total tax take was £634.7bn across all taxes.