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Managing your finances

Tips and suggestions about London dental practice and the managing of your finance.

 
Buying my first dental practice

Buying my first dental practice

Within six months of completing VT and starting what I thought would be a long(-ish) associate career, I was given an opportunity to think about becoming a partner or completely buying the dental practice and becoming the principal.

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Raising finance for practice purchase

Raising finance for practice purchase

David Brewer, Business Development Manager at FT&A Finance, outlines some top tips on what to do if you are looking to raise finance to purchase a dental practice.

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Money problems

Money problems

Strategies for keeping the patient comfortable when presenting the bill.

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The self employed dentist

The self employed dentist

Neil Morrison gives advice on making the change from salaried employment to self employment.  Neil is a partner with Campbell Dallas LLP, Chartered Accountants - specialists in the Healthcare market.

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Protecting your financial future with income protection

Protecting your financial future with income protection

Kat Wainwright DipPFS, Dental Student Adviser at MedDen Financial Services, explains the need for income protection and exactly what it covers.

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Crunch time for dentists

Crunch time for dentists

Exploring the unseen risks of providing dental care in times of economic turmoil.

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Top 3 common financial mistakes

Top 3 common financial mistakes

 

Stuart Wemyss is a director of financial advisory firm ProSolution Private Clients. In this article he explains the top 3 common financial mistakes made by young dentists.

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Ready, set, invest – when should you start?

Ready, set, invest – when should you start?

Stuart Wemyss is a director of financial advisory firm ProSolution Private Clients. In this article, he explains why is it crucial to monitor your cash flow and start investing as a young dentist.

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Qualified and now working

Qualified and now working

Having qualified, and started work, you should now have an excess of income; your net pay, over expenditure.

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