Category Archives: Medical

NHS Pension – exit planning tips

NHS pension exit

In 2019 Robson Laidler Wealth wrote a blog entitled NHS Pensions – handy hints to plan your exit   This has been one of our team’s most viewed blogs yet since 2019 there have been a few changes, which you should be aware of.  One thing that hasn’t changed and […]

Financial Planning for GPs

GP financial planning

GPs need to focus on their future financial planning just like the rest of us. Most GPs we talk to are working long hours in addition to patients with Covid, they are dealing with the fall out of long Covid, mental health issues exacerbated by the pandemic and also those […]

Financial planning for newly qualified dentists

dentist financial planning

Hurrah, after 5 long years you are now ready to go out and earn some money!  What should newly qualified dentists be thinking about? How you are paid Ultimately the contract with the dental practice will determine your status for tax but if you are self-employed, it is up to […]

North East Medical Professionals – are changes to pension tax rules affecting you?

NHS Pension Blog

Has anyone noticed the increase in the number of articles lately relating to doctors and their pensions? One of the more recent headlines this April was the British Medical Association warning the Chancellor that senior doctors would have to cut their NHS working hours if the recent changes to pension […]

VAT CHANGES for physiotherapists, podiatrists and pharmacists

  Currently medical doctors, dentists and other health professionals, authorised under the Human Medicines Regulations 2012, can prescribe medication. Registered pharmacists or others with similar authorisation are already permitted to dispense zero-rated drugs and medicines to individuals for their personal use on prescription. From 21st May 2014, physiotherapists and podiatrists have […]

How to claim your Employment Allowance

  In a recent survey, nearly 1 out of 3 businesses said that they were completely unaware of the new Employment Allowance, which came into effect this week. The Employment Allowance will allow eligible businesses to reduce their National Insurance bill by up to £2000. However the Allowance is not […]