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RSM appoints Susan Ball as new UK employment tax partner

RSM has appointed Susan Ball as partner in its UK Employer Solutions national team. She will be based in London. Ball, who has more than 30 years’ experience in taxation, has returned to RSM after an eight-year gap working in a national firm of assurance and business advisers.

In her new role, Ball will be assisting a broad portfolio of clients with complex UK employment tax related issues including areas such as off-payroll working, salary sacrifice, National Minimum Wage (NMW) advice, risk reviews and pay and benefit structures.

She is the current Vice President of the Chartered Institute of Taxation, sits on the employment taxes committee and is a Suffolk branch member.

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