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What Brexit means for financial services

21 April 2021
This article was written by our colleauges specialising in financial services in RSM US and RSM UK. It first appeared on rsmus.com

Postponed accounting & new SAD download service

16 March 2021
Introduction of Postponed Accounting and the impact on VAT Return obligations

Irish Company Law implications for Brexit

9 March 2021
From 1 January 2021, the UK, including Northern Ireland, can no longer trade as a member state of the European Union (EU) or European Economic Area (EEA). The end of the transition period on 31st December 2020 carried with it a number of issues around corporate governance and company law compliance that will impact the following:

Practical Implications of the Free Trade Agreement - Causeway blog

21 January 2021
In this Brexit blog originally published by Causeway, RSM offers a reflection on practical implications of the Free Trade Agreement struck by the UK Government with the EU.

Outsourced business services - allowing you to focus on your key strategic objectives throughout Brexit

17 December 2020
For the foreseeable future, the exit of the UK from the single market and Customs Union will have significant logistical, administrative, cost and tax implications for Irish businesses and businesses with Irish operations trading with the UK and for UK businesses trading with Ireland.

Meet our Brexit team

16 December 2020
Through the uncertainty of Brexit, our multi-disciplinary Brexit team can advise on a full range of continuity planning and resource services.

RSM aims to guide businesses through post-Brexit maelstrom - Business Post

2 November 2020
Next January will see a huge sea-change for which firms in Britain and Ireland must navigate, writes JJ O'Donoghue.

Irish Budget 2021 – Brexit focus

21 October 2020
Ahead of the end of the Transition period on 31 December 2020 when the United Kingdom will leave the EU’s Single Market and Customs Union, our update highlights key measures announced in the Irish Budget on 13 October relevant to Brexit.

Managing and Optimising Indirect Tax as the UK leaves the EU

20 October 2020
The current Brexit transitional period arrangements will end on 31 December 2020, such that Irish businesses must prepare to trade with the UK as a third country (the UK will no longer operate as part of the EU’s Single market and Customs Union from 1 January 2021).

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