It’s hard to bounce back from the problems caused by hiring the wrong accountant. So if you want to grow your dental practice and while ensuring compliance, hiring dental accountants is the prudent way to go. These specialists stay up to date with all the changes in tax/financial legislation that affect dental practices. They also have years of experience managing the books of dental clinics in the UK, so you can be sure that they are familiar with the unique challenges of your industry. Here are some tips on choosing the right dental accountants:
1. Look at their list of services. Some of the best firms offer not only comprehensive taxation but also superannuation and limited company/partnership accounting services for dentists. They can design an accountant plan that truly fits your requirements.
The best accounting firms for dentists can set up accounting procedures to make it easier to manage your finances daily. They can also check your records to prevent/thwart fraud and ensure that you are compliant with changing legislation. They likewise offer payroll services and take over the often-stressful work of calculating the gross pay of your employees, issuing pay advice slips, managing statutory sick pay, etc.
2. If you are about to set up a dental practice, choose dental accountants who can provide structure and finance advice, as well as taxation and record-keeping services. If you want to expand or acquire additional practices, choose accountants who can offer strategic planning services.
3. Can they help you minimise your taxes legally? Too many dental professionals pay too much tax because they don’t realise that there are legitimate strategies to minimise taxes and improve their profitability and cash flow. A good dental accountant can take care of this for you.
Some of the best dental accountants can even provide personal financial planning to help you prepare for retirement. They can also recommend insurance protection and other such solutions to protect the money you work hard for.