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Primary care network company formation

18 September 2020

Primary care networks (PCNs) were first introduced on 1 July 2019, and the question of whether to form a PCN company is as topical as ever.

Derek McAllan

Partner

Derek is a partner in Business Services in Basingstoke and specialises in working with owner manager and private equity backed businesses.

Phil Melia

Tax Director

Phil is a tax director focussed on UK and international tax, with over 20 years’ experience, mainly within the Big 4 and in industry.

Is the NHS facing a big tax bill for keeping us safe and well?

04 August 2020

Many NHS trusts have made accommodation, food, transport and parking available to staff in order to keep them safe and well and to enable them to do their jobs. However, the NHS and these staff could be facing a large tax bill under current rules.

Adam Lickorish

Associate Director

Adam is an accomplished risk management professional with over 13 years experience in the Enterprise Risk Management, Governance, Compliance and Assurance fields, across both the public and private sectors.

RSM partner voted AISMA vice chair
James Gransby

19 May 2020

James Gransby has been voted AISMA (The Association of Independent Specialist Medical Accountants) vice chair at the body’s annual general members meeting.

Coronavirus: Practical steps and Government reliefs for GP Practices and locum GPs
James Gransby

14 April 2020

We have summarised the practical steps that GP Practices should look to take to mitigate the issues caused by coronavirus, together with the measures currently outlined by the Government to support them at this time.

Primary care networks (PCN) topical tax issues
James Gransby

24 February 2020

James Grandby, specialist medical practices partner, covers the key financial considerations and implications for practices and new primary care networks including; taxation of the surplus funding, employment status of the clinical director, and VAT exposure of your PCN.

Management, governance and regulation – the importance of efficiency in residential care homes

05 February 2020

Final instalment of a three-part blog series to highlight the following issues facing the British residential care sector: the importance of good management and effective governance and regulation.

Residential care homes – a spotlight on employment and staffing issues

29 January 2020

The impact of staff shortages in residential care homes as a result of the Government scrapping bursaries for nursing students; Brexit; sleep-in costs for residential care workers and the effect of IR35 on contractors being defined as employees.

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