Options – is EMI always best?

Options – is EMI always best? It is quite common to be asked ‘How do I set up an EMI scheme?’.  This usually comes about from clients who have decided that it would be beneficial to the business to include certain employees in its ownership, and then a huge leap is taken to the conclusion […]

Albert Goodman a Sponsor of Business Leader Awards

Albert Goodman is pleased to announce they are the proud sponsor of the ‘Family Business Category’ at the 2018 Business Leader Awards.   The 2018 Business Leader awards are now open for entries for the sixth year running and are excited to celebrate the innovative businesses of all sizes that are based in the South West. […]

Cloud Accounting: Client Case Study

View from the Cloud: Client Case Study   Background:   Recent startup business Set up through a limited company by 2 friends in June 2016 Beauty salon offering a range of services in the salon or off-site for weddings and events 3 employed therapists Rent-a-chair for self-employed stylists in excess salon space Also, sell beauty […]

Ruling on disposal of assets

Social Care Ombudsman’s ruling on disposal of assets – what does it mean for providers? A care home resident paid privately for her care until her capital reserves fell below the local authority means-testing threshold. After reviewing the woman’s finances, the local authority withdrew its top-up funding because it decided that she had deliberately reduced […]

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Changes for care contracts

The Competition & Markets Authority (CMA), the consumer watchdog, has taken initial steps towards triggering the reform of residents’ care contracts.  What does this mean for providers? We asked Hazel Phillips, partner in Royds Withy King’s Health & Social Care and Corporate & Commercial teams and CQC specialist, to explain.   What has the CMA […]

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