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James Gransby

FCA

Head of Healthcare, Partner

Tel: +44 (0)3330 100 221

 

James qualified as a Chartered Accountant in 2003 and became partner in 2009.

James is head of the Healthcare sector at MHA MacIntyre Hudson and has a diverse portfolio in the healthcare sector comprising a range of GP Practices, Locum GP’s, Dentists, Hospital Consultants and other healthcare professionals.

He is also the nominated specialist for the Maidstone office’s membership of AISMA “The Association of Independent Specialist Medical Accountants” of which he also sits on the Board of Directors.

James spends an  increasing amount of time presenting to the healthcare sector, including trainees, GP Practices (including advising those looking to join a Federation) and in hospitals, around the country.

Outside of his sector specialism James’ client base comprises of charities (including Academies) and regulated businesses alongside other various mainstream audit, accountancy and tax work.

James prides himself on getting to know his clients, looking past the numbers at their aspirations and family dynamics and recognises that tax efficiency needs to be weighed up with overall objectives.

Outside of work he enjoys spending time with his growing family (he and his wife have four young sons), along with fishing, golf and playing pool (having represented Kent at county level for the latter). 

My latest insights

Is your practice at risk of ‘last man standing’?

by James Gransby

Despite the UK general practice narrative of working at scale through super partnerships, practice..

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Finding alternative income sources when profits are falling

by James Gransby

With GP profits under pressure many incomes sources classed as alternative a few years ago have become the norm. Partner James Gransby has some advice for practice managers needing to pursue new ideas on how to maximise income for their practices.

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GP Seniority Clawbacks

by James Gransby

A clawback is common where a GP has stopped working full sessions as it becomes more difficult for them to achieve the required earnings level to receive the full seniority entitlement. The clawback may occur long after the payment has been banked, and potentially after the GP in question has changed practice or has retired.

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GP Net Earnings Declaration - What you need to disclose

by James Gransby

what you need to disclose on your website by 31 March 2016 in relation to GP net earnings of your...

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17-21 Ashford Road
Maidstone
Kent

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71 New Dover Road

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