Dental accountants can help assess pension proposals

Published on January 20, 2012 by Crawfords Accounting

Dental accountants can help those in the profession to work out what impact new pension proposals could have on their retirement income.

Speak to an advisor now if you need to be certain about your earnings later in life, and whether the government’s current proposals for NHS pensions will affect you.

The British Dental Association has written to every one of its members in the UK with a survey of their views on the proposed changes to NHS dentists’ pensions.

Among the questions asked are issues relating to retirement age – and whether dentists should still be working at 68.

But BDA chief executive Peter Ward adds that “it is important that all members who would be affected by the changes make their views known”.

Whether you are an NHS dentist or work in the private sector, dental accountants can help you keep track of your finances and plan for your future.

At Crawfords, we understand the precise nature of your profession – how it differs from other jobs and, particularly if you’re private, how you need to keep track of both your business and personal accounts.

Our dental accountants are here to help when you need us, from retirement planning to managing your tax liabilities. Give us a call to find out more.

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