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Investors’ relief

An expansion of entrepreneurs’ relief, investors’ relief could provide for a reduced 10 per cent rate of capital gains tax (CGT). In our short video we explain what investors’ relief could mean for you and how RSM can help you explore your tax planning options.

Entrepreneurs’ relief
Helen Relf

This valuable tax relief can help reduce the rate of capital gains tax (CGT) on a qualifying disposals of all or part of a business. Take a look at our short video to see what this could mean for you and how RSM can help.

Domicile status and remittance basis
Sophie St John

On 6 April 2017, changes to the UK tax regime came into effect for non-UK domiciliaries (non-doms). Watch our short video to understand how these changes could affect you, and how RSM can advise on your domicile status and the impact to your tax position.

Business profits
Mark Waddilove

The timing of business expenses could be key to achieving cash-flow advantages and fully utilising investment allowances. In our video we explain what this could mean and how RSM can help ensure your business profits are effectively manged.

May sun shines on pubs, but casts shadow on restaurants

18 June 2018

Hot weather in May helped boost trade in Britain’s pubs, but hit restaurant sales. Overall, the country’s managed pub, bar and restaurant groups saw collective like-for-like sales up 1.4% on May last year, according to latest figures from the Coffer Peach Business Tracker.

Tax voice - June 2018

15 June 2018

Welcome to June's edition of tax voice, a monthly round-up of the most important tax news.

Offshore assets – HMRC’s knowledge is now power

15 June 2018

HMRC announced its offshore evasion strategy, the aptly named ‘no safe havens’, back in 2013 and since then it has been making this policy a reality. We are now ready to see its full force taking effect.

Taxing the digital economy in the UK

15 June 2018

What role the UK will play, if any, in the development of the CCTB and CCCTB is unclear with Brexit around the corner. What is more certain though, is that the taxation of the digital economy will continue to be a contentious issue between UK and Europe and the US.

HMRC's large corporate mailshot focus

15 June 2018

Many larger corporates have in recent weeks received letters from HMRC reminding them of key pieces of legislation that may apply to them, highlighting the fact these measures became effective in 2017.

Inheritance tax simplification could mean action now

15 June 2018

Inheritance tax (IHT), in its current form, has been largely unchanged since it was introduced in 1986. The tax take from IHT is on the rise, largely as a result of property prices, but the freezing of reliefs and allowances has also had an impact, resulting in a doubling of the tax take over the past seven years to reach close to £5bn per annum.