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

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Scott’s recent articles

NHS pension tax causes doctors to cut hours

NHS pension tax causes doctors to cut hours

A report compiled by the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges (AoMRC) has shown that some NHS services are struggling to remain open as doctors cut their hours to avoid being taxed on their pensions. Doctors are often refusing additional work as the taxes on pensions can...

Biggest challenge for care homes is to recruit and retain staff

Biggest challenge for care homes is to recruit and retain staff

According to global property adviser Knight Frank, staffing is still the most difficult challenge in terms of cost and recruitment. The ‘Care homes trading performance review – 2019’ has shown that there is a lot of difficulty in attracting qualified nurses and...

NHS buildings maintenance cost backlog rises to £6.5bn

NHS buildings maintenance cost backlog rises to £6.5bn

New figures have discovered that as of April 2019 the NHS estimated cost to implement urgent repairs to “high risk” had increased by almost £60m in a year from £1.038bn to £1.095bn. (According to data from the Estates Returns Information Collection). Further...

£8m campaign launched to help haulier with Brexit Preperation

£8m campaign launched to help haulier with Brexit Preperation

Transport secretary Grant Shapps has announced that a multi-million-pound campaign is being launched in the UK and Europe to make sure that businesses and hauliers are prepared for a potential no deal Brexit on 31 October 2019. This campaign will make sure that...

No deal Brexit will hit Small Businesses and Amazon Retailers

No deal Brexit will hit Small Businesses and Amazon Retailers

In the event of a no deal Brexit small and medium sized firms (SME) and Amazon retailers will be especially vulnerable. CBI (Confederation of British Industry) say 40% of SMEs that trade internationally do not have any plans for Brexit. The majority of small...

Hawsons Partners complete a-26 mile hike for charity

On the 27th July 2019 Hawsons partners David Owens, Paul Wormald, Scott Sanderson, Pete Wilmer and Craig Burton all took part in a 26-mile hike in the Peak District raising over £1,700 for Macmillan Cancer Support. Macmillan Cancer Support is a service that helps...

Tax Rates 2019/2020

Tax Rates 2019/2020

  We have summarised the key rates and allowances which are fundamental to our business and personal lives. We are sure that you will find them a useful point of reference and have set out below a few examples of how they can be used. Personal tax rates As the UK...

State-backed indemnity scheme launched to save GPs thousands.

State-backed indemnity scheme launched to save GPs thousands.

From 1 April 2019, GPs will pay 80-90% less for their medico-legal cover due to a new state-backed indemnity scheme.  The scheme for GPs will cover all future clinical negligence claims for NHS work, however GPs will still need to maintain cover for work that falls...

Spring Statement 2019

Spring Statement 2019

Amidst all the Brexit debates, the Chancellor Philip Hammond presented his second Spring Statement on Wednesday 13 March 2019. In his speech the Chancellor provided an update on the economy and responded to the Office for Budget Responsibility forecasts. In addition...

Hawsons lead in the sale of Dr Anderson Lodge Care Home

Hawsons lead in the sale of Dr Anderson Lodge Care Home

Hawsons Chartered Accountants are pleased to announce that they have completed the sale of Dr Anderson Lodge care home in Doncaster. The home provides elderly nursing and dementia care to 60 service users. Hawsons have a dedicated team of specialist healthcare...

Government announces scheme to help social care providers

Government announces scheme to help social care providers

The government has recognised the difficulty that the National Living Wage (NLW) and the National Minimum Wage (NMW) is causing for employers of social care providers with regards to sleep-in shifts and is therefore exploring options to minimise the impact...

Sheffield care home fee review and market analysis 2018/19

Sheffield care home fee review and market analysis 2018/19

Residential care providers received much welcomed news that local authority care fees would rise up to 19% in 2018/19 following a cost of care exercise performed by the city’s council, in consultation with care home operators. Surprisingly we also see a change to the...

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