Accountants for Dentists.
Over the years we’ve helped a vast number of dentists and dental practices across the UK with their accounting.
From simple things like management accounts and bookkeeping, through to complex tax planning and exit strategies, we’re more than just your accountant; we’re your partner.
Accounting for dental practices, so you can focus on what really matters
Running a dental practice requires your attention to be divided between so many competing demands on your time. Our team provide safe hands to relieve you of concerns about accounts and tax, leaving you to concentrate on clinical aspects of your practice.
With many years servicing the dental sector, our team contributes to the professional lives of a range of Practice Owners, Associate Dentists and Hygienists working in both NHS and private practices. Credible advice is provided to our clients which is derived from our extensive experience in the sector.
Accounting services for Dentists
We provide a tailored approach to meet your own specific needs, including:
- Sector-specific bookkeeping
- Regular management reports where required
- Production of annual accounts and tax returns
- Considered advice on saving tax and providing for tax liabilities
- Benchmarking and guidance on practice profitability
- Assistance with practicalities of the NHS superannuation scheme
- Retirement planning, including the sale of practices
- Guidance on practice acquisitions and appropriate business structures
Where do you want to go?
Talk to one of our experts today. They’ll listen, ask smart questions, and start to identify ways JCS can support your mission.
Sharing sector insight
If there’s a development in tax law, government policy or sector regulation, you can rely on our expert commentators to tell you what you need to know, what it means for your sector and, most importantly, what you should do about it.
Dentists can claim back VAT in some circumstances, but it depends on the kinds of services you offer and some specific tax rules.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak started his Spring Budget speech on 3 March 2021 by reflecting on just how much things have changed since he last delivered a Budget speech around this time of year in 2020.
When Chancellor Rishi Sunak gave his first Budget speech on Wednesday 11 March, many viewers were looking for reassurance that the Government would offer economic support for businesses and individuals during the coronavirus outbreak. Earlier in the day, the Bank of...