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How will the VAT changes to lease termination payments impact commercial property landlords?
Ian Carpenter

27 October 2020

Lease termination payments over the last four years are now subject to VAT, leaving landlords potentially exposed to a large VAT bill. What is the impact for landlords?

September new car demand plateaus as dealers head into a challenging final quarter
Alison Ashley

05 October 2020

Alison Ashley, partner at RSM, comments: ‘The all-important barometer of the September plate change month has dampened the short-lived optimism from buoyed demand since dealerships reopened. New car registrations fell by 4.4 per cent which sets a new record low for September year on year.

VAT training for your employees

09 September 2020

We discuss the various benefits of VAT training to help businesses retain watertight control over VAT processes.

Motor retailers should maximise cash flow from increased tax reliefs
Alison Ashley

07 August 2020

Leading audit, tax and consulting firm RSM is urging motor retailers to ensure they have maximised available capital allowances – this is a valuable form of tax relief on capital expenditure that motor retailers incur.

VAT and Stamp Duty Land Tax changes for landlords
Ian Carpenter

30 July 2020

As a result of the coornavirus pandemic, many tenants are suffering a loss of income and want to vary the terms of their lease with their landlord. Read here for details of HMRC’s announced tax changes as a measure to preserve income for landlords.

Automotive manufacturing

16 June 2020

Automotive manufacturers face many challenges and we have automotive manufacturing specialists that can assist you to ensure you are best placed to face these challenges head on.

VAT: HMRC postpones introduction of the domestic reverse charge for construction services
Ian Carpenter

HMRC has announced that the introduction of the VAT reverse charge for domestic supplies of construction services will be delayed from 1 October 2020 until 1 March 2021.

Brexit update: Indirect Tax Impact of Intra-Community trade
Ian Carpenter

17 January 2020

The UK is scheduled to leave the EU on 31 January 2020, but what does that mean for businesses that trade with the UK and EU from 1 February onwards?

Domestic reverse charge for the construction industry: 12-month delay

19 October 2019

The construction sector is breathing a sigh of relief as HMRC announces a 12-month delay to the introduction of the domestic reverse charge for construction services. Businesses should make the most of the additional 12 months to prepare early for the changes.

RSM reacts to notional increase in car registrations in September
Alison Ashley

08 October 2019

Alison Ashley, head of automotive, comments on the notional increase in car registrations in September.

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