TaxCorporate TaxFriday Afternoon Live: Baker Tilly goes ‘RSM’, and EU MEPs push tax equalisation

Friday Afternoon Live: Baker Tilly goes 'RSM', and EU MEPs push tax equalisation

Accountancy Age editor Kevin Reed discusses Baker Tilly finally taking the RSM moniker; and EU MEPs push harder for member states to operate on a level tax field

Friday Afternoon Live: Baker Tilly goes ‘RSM’, and EU MEPs push tax equalisation

Click here for more about Baker Tilly’s move to the RSM brand; and MEPs push for further tax consolidation among member states

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