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RSM UK, the UK's seventh-largest accountancy firm, paid out extra bonuses to its staff last year as it benefitted from a rise in revenue and profits after nabbing audit customers from its Big Four rivals. Bosses at RSM were concerned at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic but revealed that by the

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RSM UK has advised telecommunications company, the Harlequin Group, on its sale to Telent, a technology company specialising in digital infrastructure. Founded in 1993, the Harlequin Group operates from its Scottish base in Livingston, with offices across the UK in Chatham, Bromsgrove and Manchester

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Ross Stupart, tax partner and RSM UK’s office managing partner in Edinburgh, outlines his expectations for the Scottish Budget set to be announced tomorrow. Hot on the heels of the UK Autumn Budget on 27 October 2021, the Finance Secretary Kate Forbes will deliver the Scottish Budget on 9 Dece

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Audit, tax and consulting firm RSM has announced the promotion of Paul Russell to director in Glasgow as part of its largest ever cohort of new directors. Mr Russell has has over 23 years’ experience specialising in all aspects of VAT and indirect tax, both in practice and within HMRC. He advi

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New research from RSM has revealed that mid-market retailers are looking to invest in their physical stores in the next two years – increasing store space and enhancing the in-store customer experience. The survey revealed that 58% of physical retailers plan to increase the footprint of their

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Audit, tax and consulting firm RSM has appointed Ross Stupart as the new office managing partner of its Edinburgh office. Mr Stupart joined RSM in 2017 from KPMG and is a prominent tax adviser in the market advising fast growing global privately owned businesses. With over 20 years’ experience

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A vacant builder’s yard and workshop in Bannockburn village has been sold out of liquidation to property developers Lovell Partnership Ltd in a deal which will regenerate the historical site and create 41 new homes, including ten affordable properties. Paul Dounis and Lindsey Cooper of RSM Res

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UK car production rose significantly, but artificially, in April according to the latest figures released today by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT). Britain made 68,306 cars compared to just 197 a year ago when Covid restrictions effectively halted manufacturing. The performance

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Shirley McIntosh, RSM's head of tax in Scotland, discusses whether Scotland can afford the financials of independence. The Scottish people have elected their new Parliament and pro-independence parties have increased their majority. The independence debate often runs on emotion, but cool heads will

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Jim Burberry, RSM's head of VAT and indirect tax in Scotland, discusses the impact of the devolution of VAT in Scotland. The SNP’s election manifesto makes a commitment to ‘Strengthening of Scotland’s tax powers with the devolution of VAT’ (page 47).

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