Your Money - 26th July 2013

Your Money, launched in 1996, one of the first websites ever to address the personal finance needs of UK consumers, highlights the Valuing Care Fees Calculator in its weekly round up. "Valuing Care FM has launched a new website and app, the first of its kind; Valuing Care Fees Calculator. The app is aimed at those seeking private care home places, the free calculator assesses whether the quoted fee received from the provider is value for money" Read the article here

Your Money - 26th July 2013

Your Money, launched in 1996, one of the first websites ever to address the personal finance needs of UK consumers, highlights the Valuing Care Fees Calculator within it's ten top tips for negotiating lower care home fees. Please see the full article here

Moneywise - 15th May 2015

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Moneywise - March 2015

Plan ahead to pay for care home fees. Long term care can cost £30,000 per year or more - Check to see whether you qualify for financial help and what to do if you don't ........ Read the full article here

The Sunday Times 24th January 2016

Paying an elderly relative's care home fees this year could cost more than sending a child to Eton College. For the first time, the crippling cost of a private boarding schools education is set to be trumped by the even more painful cost of residential nursing care, with bills for the latter set to rise by up to 10%. The sharp rise in fees is being fuelled by the introduction of the national living wage, as well as new rules that require bosses to pay into a pension for their workers. In April the national living wage of £7.20 an hour will come into force for workers aged 25 and above. At present, the average UK care home, including nursing, cost £676 a week, according to Symponia, the care home advice experts.This means the annual bill is £33,152 just below the cost of a year's fees (£35,721) at the ......Read the full article here