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Your business
Gary Heynes

29 April 2021

Whatever stage your business is at or whichever direction you are taking your business in, getting the best advice is crucial. From efficient tax planning and structuring, through to risk management and technology, our family business experts will give commercial advice, focused on your business objectives.

Family matters
Gary Heynes

20 April 2021

Sharing a common vision among family members, whether they are directly or indirectly involved in the business, is critical. Our team will take the time to get to know you and your family to understand the complexities of your family unit and deliver advice focused on protecting your wealth, now and for the future.

Family office
Gary Heynes

20 April 2021

Has the time come to separate the family finances from the family business by creating a family office? Do you already have a family wealth structure that is due for review? RSM can help you review, implement the appropriate structure or enhance existing structures.

Planning for succession
Gary Heynes

20 April 2021

Every family business owner cares what the future will hold for their company and its people. The long-term survival of a family business and the preservation of the wealth that has been built, will be dependent upon strategic succession planning.

International expertise
Gary Heynes

20 April 2021

From our UK based international specialists to our RSM colleagues in over 120 countries, we have the right experience to support you in managing your international interests.

Family business advisory
Gary Heynes

10 March 2021

Whether you are starting out, growing or an established, multi-generational, businesses, RSM can offer objective advice, and who can identify the support and solutions you will need before they become an issue..

Reduced number of personal insolvencies in Q3 2020
Alec Pillmoor

30 October 2020

The number of individuals entering a personal insolvency procedure has reduced by approximately 40 per cent compared with the previous quarter.

Mixed bag in personal insolvencies as debtors take responsibility for their finances
Alec Pillmoor

30 July 2020

The number of individuals entering a personal insolvency procedure has increased by approximately 12 per cent compared with the previous quarter. The figures, released by the Insolvency Service today, reveal that there were 32,153 individuals entering either bankruptcy (2,415), a debt relief order (4,806) or an individual voluntary arrangement or IVA (24,932) in the second quarter (Q2) of 2020.

Personal insolvencies: on the decline, or a temporary respite?
Alec Pillmoor

30 April 2020

The number of individuals entering a personal insolvency procedure has fallen for the fifth consecutive quarter.

Personal insolvencies reach highest annual level since 2010
Alec Pillmoor

30 January 2020

The number of individuals entering a personal insolvency procedure in England and Wales has reduced slightly compared to the previous quarter, but the annual figure for the calendar year 2019 rose by 6 per cent versus the previous year, the highest level since 2010.

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