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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 is a healthcare partner at Hawsons

Scott Sanderson

Partner, Sheffield

0114 266 7141

ss@hawsons.co.uk

Scott’s recent articles

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...

Five-point plan to retain GP workforce

RCGP chairwoman Dr Maureen Baker has outlined a five-point plan in order to retain the existing GP workforce, in a letter to health secretary Jeremy Hunt. The government wants to increase the GP workforce by 5,000 by the year 2020 solely through recruitment...

GMS and PMS contract funding gap falls by nearly 40%

Following on from our article on 'What the PMS funding changes mean for your practice', official NHS data has revealed that the funding gap between GMS and PMS practices has fallen by nearly 40% in 2015/16 as PMS reviews cut funding from locally negotiated contracts....

5.2% reported increase in care home fees

Care home fees have seen a substantial increase, rising by over £1,500 over the past year, according to national provider Prestige Nursing Care. This years growth rate is the largest since the company began collecting data four years ago, and the annual growth rate...

Hawsons’ partners take part in international football tournament

Two of Hawsons partners, Simon Bladen and Scott Sanderson, took part in an International 'World Cup style' tournament in Paris, France, over the weekend Simon and Scott represented the UK team of HLB International - a worldwide network of independent professional...

Advice on buying or selling a care home – key considerations

If you are about to purchase a new care home or embark on the sale of an existing care home, this article is a worthwhile reminder of some of the key accounting and tax-related considerations you should be thinking about. Buying a care home considerations The care...

What next for the GP partnership model?

What next for the GP partnership model? The profession has changed significantly in the last 5 years, from where giving up a partnership in favour of a salaried position would have been unthinkable, to those resigning from partnerships to take up salaried roles....

Hawsons launch new exit planning service

Hawsons Chartered Accountants are pleased to announce the launch of a new exit planning service. The service is aimed at owner managed businesses looking to realise the maximum value of their business as they exit the business in the next 5 years. It puts a structure...

Care home Minimum Wage and Living Wage update

The government announced increases to the National Minimum Wage, effective 1 October 2016, after accepting recommendations for the new rates from the Low Pay Commission (LPC). The main National Minimum Wage rate (for 21- 24 year olds) will rise by 3.7% from £6.70 to...

Challenges for UK small businesses in 2016

Starting up and running a small business is a challenging process and there are many aspects an owner must consider. There are a number of challenges facing UK small business owners and it is essential owners understand the potential implications each may have on...

GP contract changes 2016/17

The NHS Employers and the General Practitioners Committee (GPC) of the BMA have announced changes to the GMS contract in England for 2016/17, but what do the GP contract changes mean for you and your practice? The general focus of the contract is to help alleviate...

GP data security – what the proposed new rules mean

Two major independent reviews (one from CQC and one from the National Data Guardian) on data security have suggested changes to the way that NHS organisations handle patient data. Although the reports found that personal data is generally managed securely across NHS...

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