“The service that the team at Mitchells has provided us with has given me peace of mind. I’ve been able to get on with my day-to-day role of managing the business, rather than worrying about whether our accounts are up-to-date.” Richard Key, Ebury Court Residential Care Home
Our specialist care home accountant team works proactively with residential care providers to grow their business, minimise tax liabilities, increase profitability and build the value of their investment.
With approximately 90% of care homes now being in the private sector and demand for residential care home places forecast to grow by more than 18%* by 2020 , there is huge competition in the marketplace. That’s why you need a specialist and respected team of business advisers and accountancy professionals by your side.
Whether you are looking to enter the sector for the first time or expand your existing business, Mitchells’ Care Division has the specialist in-depth knowledge to provide you with the help and advice you need to grow and develop your business.
“When we first starting using CloudMitchells we were immediately able to ease admin pressure, giving us confidence to immediately expand the business and we acquired the additional care home in Grimsby, Lincolnshire.” Adam Knights, Knights Care Limited
Our specialist Care Division comprises accounting, taxation and corporate finance professionals, who are highly experienced in working with thriving nursing and care home businesses, providing help and advice on a wide range of areas including:
- Capital Allowance claims
- VAT reclaims
- Ownership and operational structure
- Due diligence
- Sale and acquisition
- Tax planning
- Financial Reviews
- Management Information Systems
To learn more about how our specialist Care Home Accountant division can help your business get in touch with Mitchells’ Head of Corporate Finance and Care Sector Tony Hornsby for a no obligation, free initial meeting.
*Source: British Geriatrics Society, Community Care Statistics, UKHCA Summary Paper, Frost & Sullivan analysis