Care Homes

Whether you are looking to enter the Care Home sector for the first time or expand your existing business, it is imperative that you are supported by an experienced firm of accountants and business advisers.

Our specialist ‘care division’ comprises of accounting, taxation and corporate finance professionals, who are highly experienced in working with successful healthcare businesses across the UK.

We provide you with accounting and tax needs specific to the healthcare industry as well as work with you to build your business, minimise tax liabilities, increase profitability building an asset for your future.

We have been working in the healthcare industry in the UK for over twelve years and because our focus has been the industry alone, we know what works and what doesn’t. This in-depth knowledge enables us to provide you with the help and advice you need to develop your business.

We offer several levels of service from full responsibility for all your annual compliance work, accounts and tax returns, to providing you with templates and tools to submit your own returns whichever works best for you on to business advisers, advising you on the best options for your business. Our belief is that there is no one size fits all service so we try to work with each client individually to obtain the best results for them.

We feel that you need to be assured you are being expertly advised by a specialist in the field who has not only worked in the field many years but excelled in it as well.

Please get in touch if you would like to learn more about our expert services and what would work best for your business.

We offer a free no obligation consultation service and would be happy to arrange either a site visit, skype call or if you would like to pop in to our office in Esher or Manchester, we welcome you.

Please contact Juliette at juliette@samera.co.uk or phone Esher +44 (0) 1372 700010 for more information.

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