The NHS Pension Scheme: How it Affects You

Whatever stage you find yourselfat in your dental career, pensions and the prospect of planning for your retirement are an ever-present concern. If you are an NHS practitioner, you will no doubt be aware of the NHS Pension Scheme to which you will have been automatically enrolled, and towards which you and your employer will […]

New pension scheme regulations

From 1st October 2012 new regulations come into force requiring all employers, from their staging date to automatically enrol their employees in a qualifying workplace pension scheme. To qualify, your scheme must have contributions of at least 8% of relevant earnings (between £5,564 and £42,475) including overtime and bonuses and a minimum 3% must come […]

Planning means prizes in the new tax year

A new tax year means new rules. But changes don’t have to mean complications if you take expert advice, says Richard Lishman of money4dentists The new tax year began on 6 April, meaning all businesses and individuals should be making plans to ensure they maximise any incentives that reduce their liability. One area that has […]

Practice structure

Want to transform your practice into a business? It’s a question of structure… Matthew Rogers, Client Account Director at specialist accountants to dentists Clear Vision, explains the significant benefits to dentists when they adopt a principle of matching their revenue to profit. In preparing my presentation for the latest series of Medi-cruit ‘Practice Matters’ seminars, […]

Linking team to vision

How the most success dental businesses are taking care of their lily pads… Leading consultant to dentists Rob Walsh, of Clear Vision, reveals the key points the most successful UK dentists have addressed to maximise their results. At the moment, as I travel across the UK visiting dentists and their practices, I am seeing a […]