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

Scott’s recent articles

The looming care home bed supply squeeze

Rising demand but a falling supply of care home beds? We have commented numerous times how the care home sector has an optimistic future, despite its uncertain present, and this has now been compounded by recent research. The UK has an ageing population and research...

Sheffield care home fee review and market analysis 2016/17

With the introduction of the new National Living Wage just around the corner this year's Sheffield care home fee review brings welcome news and some much needed support for care homes in the city. Sheffield City Council have recommended that fees in 2016/17 will rise...

Care home 2016 Budget review and analysis for operators

Welcome to our care home 2016 Budget review Following a year in which the Chancellor had a pre-election Budget in March, a surprise summer Budget in July and an Autumn Statement in November, on 16 March the Chancellor delivered his first Budget of 2016. With the...

Leisure & hospitality 2016 Budget review and analysis

Welcome to our leisure and hospitality 2016 Budget review Following a year in which the Chancellor had a pre-election Budget in March, a surprise summer Budget in July and an Autumn Statement in November, on 16 March the Chancellor delivered his first Budget of 2016....

Small business 2016 Budget review and analysis for SMEs

Welcome to our small business 2016 Budget review On 16 March, the Chancellor delivered his first Budget of 2016. In the lead up to the 2016 Budget there were a number of potential measures which many small business owners may have been hoping for, including an...

Publishing GP net earnings from 31 March 2016 – what you need to do

As you are probably already aware (and may have already started doing so), following changes that were announced in the 2015/16 GP contract last year, GP practices will now have to publish the average earnings of all full-time, part-time and locum GPs as part of the...

SME tax corner – the good, the bad & the National Living Wage!

Welcome to our fifth edition of the SME tax corner. There have been some big recent changes to a number of taxes that will bring both good and bad news to small businesses and their owners. In this month's SME tax corner, ahead of the 2016 Budget in a few weeks, we...

Are we heading towards energy efficiency in the care sector?

The opportunities for care home operators to achieve reduced running costs by becoming more energy efficiency are considerable. In this article we look at how care homes could reduce their energy bills through energy generation systems and/or more effective energy...

Are we ready to embrace technology in care homes?

The number of care homes embracing technology to improve the quality of life for residents, attract new private clients or reduce administrative burdens on staff is growing. Is the sector now fully accepting technology in care homes? Should the sector fully adopt...

Pharmacy global sum funding 2016/17 set to fall considerably

The government has announced plans to reduce the amount of funding for community pharmacies for 2016/17. In an open letter last month the Department of Health (DH) told the Pharmaceutical Services Negotiating Committee (PSNC) that "the budget for community pharmacies...

Predictions for the care sector in 2016 – where next for care?

What with the care sector in 2016 look like? There are more than 430,000 residents living in care homes across the UK and the sector employs over 1.4 million people…yet, many care home operators are facing an uncertain and challenging future. Four months ago, in our...

Are there variations in CQC inspection ratings?

Since our last update on CQC inspections (in Autumn 2015) the regulator has now officially rated 1,890 GP practices. The picture remains largely – or exactly - the same as it was then, as the tables below show: CQC inspections have so far found that the picture is...

2015 performance benchmarking for small care homes

Welcome to our latest performance benchmarking for small care homes analysis. All care home managers and owners ought to know how their business is performing against its competitors. We recognise that each care home is different and that specific challenges can vary...

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