A Big Four accounting firm, working for small businesses in the care sector
The spotlight is on the care sector. With the need for high quality independent care services to support vulnerable individuals and the provision of adequate financial rewards for staff, we know the pressure is on.
Accountants in the care industry should be doing much more than just filling in tax returns. They should be offering business insight and advice on everything from working out cash flow to assisting with the implementation of new regulations.
We think that small businesses in the care sector should be given this level of support as part of their flat fee, without being hit with huge additional bills. With KPMG Small Business Accounting you can expect just this kind of service for a monthly fixed fee, starting from £145+VAT a month.
The service includes:
- Access to a dedicated KPMG accountant with care sector experience
- Business insight and advice
- Management of your bookkeeping and tax returns
- Expert support with your VAT and year end requirements
- Support with compliance requirements for new regulations e.g. National Living Wage
Complete the form on the right to find out more, or contact us on 0808 2317679
Complete the form below to find out more about the service and the complimentary 3 month free service offer for Care England and Surrey Care Association members
“At a time when the care sector is under enormous financial pressure, Care England is pleased to be working with KPMG Small Business Accounting to bring care providers one of the most efficient and comprehensive financial management systems. The service offered by KPMG Small Business Accounting gives providers access to a dedicated KPMG accountant with care sector experience, management of your bookkeeping, payroll and tax returns and up to the minute support with the compliance requirements for new regulations including auto enrolment and the National Living Wage. This system will save hundreds of hours of work and lots of money for hard pressed care providers.“
Professor Martin Green, Chief Executive, Care England