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Are you making the most of your tax-free allowances?
While 2023 has ended, the 2023/24 tax year continues until 5 April 2024 – PFM details your tax-free allowances for…
Business structures – is changing to a limited company a more tax efficient way?
Would changing to a limited company benefit you and your business? Sophie Kwiatkowski presents some key factors for associate dentists to consider.…
Private Practice
Talking tax: changes, benefits and news
Sophie Kwiatkowski provides a snapshot of some of the updates announced for the 2019/20 tax year. Although you may be…
Staying in control of your practice
Sophie Kwiatkowski explains why cloud accounting is changing day-to-day bookkeeping and accounts. As a practice owner, monitoring the performance of…
Striking a risk-reward balance for pensions
Protecting your future as a business owner should be high on your agenda, says Sophie Kwiatkowski. Being self-employed, or running…
Securing your first step up
It’s key to be prepared when the time to get on the property ladder comes, says Sophie Kwiatkowski, by keeping…
Submit your NPE on time and don’t miss out
Sophie Kwiatkowski explains why it’s important you don’t miss the deadline for your net pensionable earnings submission. For those of…
Reducing tax: private pensions
Sophie Kwiatkowski urges dental professionals to minimise their tax liability now… while they can! In last month’s article, I briefly…
The never-ending cycle of tax returns
Sophie Kwiatkowski shares her advice on how and when to start planning to lower your tax bill for the next…
How will the Autumn Statement affect dentists?
George Osborne delivered his Autumn Statement yesterday and there are some changes that will affect dentists. Business rates By the…
New associates: are your earnings safeguarded?
Jon Drysdale offers advice on income protection. I have in recent weeks been contacted by a number of dentists starting…
High street mortgage lenders shun new associates
The top five mortgage lenders will not lend to newly self-employed dentists, regardless of income. These figures come from PFM…
Young Dentist
Dentists may end up paying less tax
George Osborne, delivered his second budget of 2015 today. Following the promises made in the election campaign the main focus…
Budget 2015 – good and bad news for dentists
The Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, delivered the last budget of this parliament recently. Tax cuts Big tax cuts…
Your practice in 20 years
Jon Drysdale looks into his crystal ball to see what your practice may be worth in the future. Let’s begin…
Trade secrets – selling to your associate
PFM Dental explains the process of selling a practice to your associate. The background to associate sales Selling your practice…
The Autumn Statement’s two significant blows to dentists
Jon Drysdale explains the Chancellor’s two significant blows to dentists looking to incorporate their business after the Autumn Statement. Entrepreneur’s Relief…
Private Practice
Dentists face critical NHS pension decision
Thousands of dentists who qualified before 2008 have just a few months to decide which NHS pension scheme will be…
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