Our specialists at Aston Shaw, have extensive knowledge of the healthcare industry and are extremely well placed to assist in maximising profitability for businesses in this sector. We offer guidance on strategy from early stage to disposal, operations, sales, accounting, due diligence and tax advice to clients across the care home sector.
We act for a wide range of care providers, including individual care homes owners and corporate groups. Our specialist team has unrivalled experience in this area and offer guidance and support to help our clients achieve their operational and business objectives. We are familiar with the industry norm and know what businesses similar to yours are doing, in short, we know what works and what does not. This enables us to provide you with the help and advice you need to develop your business.
Funding can sometimes be an issue for businesses in this sector; we have excellent contacts with banks and private investors to assist with the provision of finance to care homes.
Care homes are being viewed as an increasingly lucrative investment opportunity and have attracted high numbers of new investors into the sector during recent years. We can provide guidance with regards to sales, leaseback deals, corporate acquisitions and forward funding agreements – to ensure that our clients secure a stable high yield asset, which can offer a long-term fixed income.
Our specialist services for care homes include:
Capital allowance claims
Acquisition and disposal tax advice and planning
Advice on tax allowable expenditure
Self-assessment return completion and filing
Partnership return completion and filing
Company tax return completion and filing
Notification and compliance of HMRC deadlines
Notification and compliance of Companies House deadlines
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