24 September 2019
All things are relative and there was a time when the property tax rules in Great Britain, as they applied to individuals, were relatively straightforward. Since April 2013, each new tax year has brought with it at least one change to those tax rules. By the time we reach April 2020, this part of the British tax system will have changed out of all recognition.
24 September 2019
RSM has welcomed the publication of the interim Independent Review of Legal Services Regulation and urged members of the legal profession to share their views on the proposed reforms.
11 September 2019
George Bull, senior tax partner at RSM, comments on the publication of the Terms of Reference for the Treasury's review into the loan charge.
10 September 2019
This week's articles are 'Will the Conservatives steal Labour’s (tax) clothes?', 'A victory for common sense – HMRC delays construction industry VAT changes', and 'HMRC latest U-turn could reduce VAT bill for travel and leisure operators'.
05 September 2019
George Bull, senior tax partner at RSM , comments on the Prime Minister's announcement of a 'thoroughgoing review' into the loan charge
03 September 2019
This week's articles are 'If governments fail to respect the rule of law, might taxpayers do the same?', 'Could HMRC's latest IR35 'nudge' campaign herald a wider amnesty? ' and 'Construction sector faces perfect storm of VAT issues'.
28 August 2019
This week's articles are 'Does the Macron/Trump agreement spell the end for UK’s tax on big tech companies?', 'Tax system needs total overhaul to meet net zero carbon aspirations', ''Do not ignore HMRC “nudge” letters on UK residential properties', 'VAT case threatens price hike for some cosmetic procedures' and 'Could Scotland sustain itself financially?'.
21 August 2019
This week's articles are 'Memo to the Chancellor: ten top tips to simplify the tax system', 'Prepare for the worst: VAT', 'Perfect storm for the construction sector: reverse the reverse charge!', and 'Is test-driving a Tesla part of your no-deal planning?'.
13 August 2019
The week's articles are 'Will tax increases pay for Boris’ spending spree?', 'Tax extremes: numbers paying no tax or top-rate tax both increase', 'Document your gifting strategy while you can', and 'An end to the favourable tax treatment of partnerships?'.