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Scott Sanderson

Partner, Sheffield

Scott is the partner responsible for looking after the firm’s healthcare and medical sector clients, together with managing a general commercial portfolio of clients, as well as being responsible for our payroll services. Scott has worked at Hawsons throughout his career and during his time at the firm, Scott has developed his expertise across a number of departments including audit, business services and payroll and now acts for both corporate and non-corporate clients. Scott has the commercial skills to offer practical business and taxation advice to clients of all sizes.

Scott is also a trustee and deputy chair of SheffCare, a local charity operating a number of care homes across Sheffield and chairs the audit committee as part of this role.

Away from the office, Scott is a keen footballer and avid follower of Sheffield Wednesday. Scott usually spends his weekends chauffeuring his two young sons around Sheffield to various sports clubs.

Scott Sanderson

Partner, Sheffield

0114 266 7141

[email protected]

Scott’s recent articles

Business rates increase 2017/18

As of 1st April 2017 business rates have increased. In this article we will discuss what business rates are, what has changed, what the government announced in the Budget in order to ease the strain of the increase and whether you can appeal the business rates...

Sheffield care home fee review and market analysis 2017/18

Following the introduction of the new National Living Wage on 1st April, this years care home fee review brings mixed feelings for the sector. While the increase is welcome, it is felt that it is not enough. Sheffield City Council have recommended that fees in 2017/18...

National living wage – rising wage costs for employers

The National Living Wage From 1 April 2016, following the introduction of the new National Living Wage, all workers aged 25 and over are legally entitled to at least £7.20 per hour. This was, however, until the Chancellor delivered his Autumn Statement, where he...

Small business 2017 Budget review and analysis for SMEs

The Chancellor Philip Hammond presented the last Spring Budget on Wednesday 8 March 2017. In his speech the Chancellor was keen to point out that he wanted the tax system to be fair, particularly in relation to the distinction between employed and self-employed...

Apprenticeship Levy: Not long to go

The new Apprenticeship Levy will be launched in April 2017. We look at what this is and who will be affected by the government's new levy. What is the Apprenticeship Levy? First of all, only employers with a wage bill of over £3m will be affected by the Apprenticeship...

Further guidance issued on the Quality Payments Scheme

NHS England has published further guidance on the Quality Payment (QP) Scheme for community pharmacists which is intended to ease the pressure faced by GP practices whilst also improving the care of patients. A brief background As part of changes to the Community...

GP contract changes 2017/18

The Department of Health (DH) and the British Medical Association (BMH) have agreed a £238m overhaul for the 2017/18 GP contract. This will see funding cover rising expenses and CQC fees as well as the unplanned admissions Direct Enhanced Services (DES) being...

How is your care home performing?

All care home managers and owners ought to know how their business is performing against its competitors. We realise that each home is different but an analysis of margins, costs etc. against the competition can help highlight areas of concern and, of course,...

Care sector 2016 review – What does the future hold?

Scott Sanderson, Partner at Hawsons and Care Home Specialist gives his thoughts on the events of the past year: “Throughout 2016 the care sector continued to be challenging for operators, with staffing shortages in nursing care, continued funding pressures from local...

Stephen Allender joins Hawsons as Senior Tax Manager

Hawsons are pleased to announce that Stephen Allender has joined the firm as a Senior Tax Manager. Stephen is a Chartered Tax Advisor and member of the Association of Taxation Technicians. He has worked in tax since 1997 having gained a wealth of experience working...

SME Autumn Statement 2016 review

Philip Hammond presented his 2016 Autumn Statement on Wednesday 23rd November. His speech set out both tax and economic measures the government will implement. In this article, we summarise the key points arising from the Autumn Statement and focus on what the changes...

Care Home Autumn Statement review 2016

Philip Hammond delivered his Autumn Statement on Wednesday 23rd November 2016. His speech set out both tax and economic measures the government will implement. In this article, we summarise the key points arising from the Autumn Statement and focus on what the changes...

Hawsons fundraise for Children In Need with charity bake-off!

Across all of our three offices, Hawsons have been fundraising for Children In Need with a dress-down day as well as a charity bake-off.  A big thank you to all those who entered the baking competition which was judged by Hawsons' Healthcare Partner, Scott Sanderson...

CQC announce considerable increase in fees for GP practices

Following on from our last article, 'GPs face significant increase in CQC fees', the CQC (Care Quality Commission) have recently announced the proposed increases for 2017/18, and GP leaders have labelled it as "scandalous". The proposed increases to the fees continue...

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