Flexible support delivered where needed
The finances of medical practices are increasingly complex, with the danger that this distracts medical professionals from clinical priorities. We can help lift this distraction by working together with our clients and their staff to provide bespoke support where it is needed.
With many years of experience in the medical sector, our team works hand-in-hand with general practices and their partners, locums and employed doctors such as hospital-based Consultants and Registrars. Well thought out practical guidance is the fruit of many years assisting clients in this sector.
We provide a tailored approach to meet your own specific needs, including:
- Regular management reports where required
- Production of annual accounts and tax returns
- Realistic advice on saving tax and providing for tax liabilities
- Benchmarking and guidance on practice profitability
- Assistance with practicalities of the NHS superannuation scheme
- Retirement and succession planning for practices
- Advice on accountancy software selection
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Talk to one of our experts today. They’ll listen, ask smart questions, and start to identify ways JCS can support your mission.
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