If you own, operate or manage a business in the care sector, you will be considering how best to plan for the future, to take advantage of the predicted demand for elderly care required by the UK’s ageing population.
Let us talk you through some of the issues - legal, financial and operational.
- Melanie Weatherley Chair, Lincolnshire Care Association - Care in Lincolnshire - the present and the future
- Andrew Kerrigan Associate Solicitor, Sills & Betteridge LLP - Care, compliance and crisis management
- Robin Tindale Managing Director, Tower House Wealth Management - Self funders and cash flow modelling
- James Conduit Partner, Sills & Betteridge LLP - Working time, wages and whistleblowing – key issues in the sector
- Luke Prout Tax Partner, Streets Chartered Accountants - A topical tax update for care home operators and owners
Self funders and cash flow modelling
Robin Tindale - Managing Director, Tower House Wealth Management
Robin’s presentation will focus on options open to self funders to pay for their care needs and examine the pros and cons of each and how the use of cash flow modelling can be of benefit to both clients and care providers.
Tower House Wealth Management is part of the financial services offering, backed by St James’ Place, for private clients of Streets Chartered Accountants. Robin is a Chartered Financial Planner, an associate member of SOLLA (Society of Later Life Advisers) and holds Financial Planning qualifications in relation to Pension Planning, Investment Planning and Tax Planning.
A topical tax update for Care Home operators and owners
Luke Prout - Tax Partner, Streets Chartered Accountants
Luke will focus on topical tax matters affecting those in the care sector. In particular he will look at the following:
- Tax relief for expenditure on new builds and extensions
- Tax efficient structures for acquiring and disposing of care homes
- VAT traps – when you may need to register for VAT and VAT on Construction.
- Update on sleep in staff and the National Minimum Wage
- Announcements made in the Budget 2018 affecting the sector, businesses and individuals
Luke Prout is a Chartered Tax Adviser whose focus is on commercial and corporate tax matters. Luke’s particular area of specialism is providing strategic and tactical tax planning advice to business owners, property investors and corporate clients.