Pulse finance diary – July 2015
July 6, 2015
If the Chancellor of the Exchequer follows through the Conservative party’s manifesto commitments when he delivers his emergency Budget on 8 July, GPs will be confronted with a mixed bag of changes. AISMA accountant Luke Bennett highlights the good and bad news for GPs. Read the full article.
Practice Management: June 2015
June 29, 2015
Specialist medical accountant Pauline Hogg takes a look at the recent changes to NHS pensions and how these will affect staff in your GP practice. Download the full article here
Pulse finance diary: June 2015
June 11, 2015
AISMA committee member Luke Bennet advises GPs how to avoid expensive mistakes in their tax returns. Visit the Pulse website to find out more.
Signing up for the unplanned admissions DES
June 11, 2015
Practices have until the end of the month to sign up for the unplanned admissions DES. AISMA accountant Phil Harnby answers some key questions for Pulse readers. Go to the Pulse website to read the full article.
Practice Management: May 2015
May 18, 2015
For some timely advice on managing your employee benefits and expenses, read AISMA member Pauline Hogg’s article, published in the May issue of Practice Management. Download the full article here
Pulse Finance Diary: May 2015
May 7, 2015
Claiming all your practice income?
April 20, 2015
Over the past year there has been much commentary about how the demise of PCTs has affected practice income, with specialist accountants estimating that 10% of income has been affected by the ensuing chaos. Keith Taylor, of AISMA firm BW Medical Accountants, has some useful tips on gathering in the money. Download the full article here
Pulse finance diary: April 2015
April 13, 2015
As workload has increased for practice managers, instances of clawbacks and delayed payments have shot up. AISMA Chairman Bob Senior advises on how to protect your cashflow even as the rest of the NHS fragments around you. Go to the Pulse website to read the full article.
Pulse: Global sum to increase by 3% per patient from April
March 24, 2015
Pulse: GPs leaving NHS pensions scheme ahead of April changes
March 17, 2015
Accountants are warning GPs are increasingly planning to leave the NHS pension scheme from April against their advice, due to new rules meaning many will have to work until 67 or 68 years of age or risk losing benefits. Read comments from Bob Senior, AISMA Chairman, on the Pulse website.