The healthcare sector is in a constant state of flux - even in private practice, compliance needs are huge. Our specialist healthcare accountants have been working with GPs, dental practices, care homes and other healthcare professionals for many years, providing business management, accountancy and taxation services. Our Leicester and Maidstone offices are members of the Association of Independent Specialist Medical Accountants (AISMA).
Each area of the healthcare profession has subtle differences in their accounting and advisory requirements; our team understands those differences and advises accordingly.
We can help by providing:
As well as acting for the practice, we can also provide guidance to individual GPs in relation to tax planning and wealth management.
If you’re a locum or salaried GP, a hospital consultant or doctor, we can assist with your very specific accounting needs:
Our team can support you with:
For some members, the NHS Pension Scheme will be one of their most valuable assets. Due to its complex nature, it is helpful to have a specialist adviser that understands the intricacies of the scheme. Our experienced medical accountants can help you make sense of your personal situation and advise you on what to do to safeguard and maximise your financial future.
If you need help or more information take a look at our NHS Pensions page.
A care home is a highly specialised business, with distinct accounting needs. We have experts in-house who can help you with:
Let us look after the accounts, tax and business strategy, so you can focus on looking after your patients. Get in touch for a consultation.
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Welcome to the Winter 2017 edition of our Healthcare newsletter for doctors and practice managers
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