Managing Money for General Practitioners, Second Edition (2nd New edition)

Managing Money for General Practitioners, Second Edition (2nd New edition)

By: Mike Gilbert (author)Paperback

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Now thoroughly revised and updated, the new edition of this popular book ensures that GPs and practice managers alike have a practical guide to the financial issues affecting medical practice. Although GPs delegate many of their management and administration functions to practice managers and other highly qualified staff, it is crucial for them to remain aware of how they are paid, how their income is taxed, how their tax will be settled, and the numerous financial problems that can arise in partnerships. Sound financial management is vital if these pitfalls are to be avoided. Written by specialists in the increasingly complex area of practice finance, this is an accessible guide for non-specialists, providing answers to routine queries and illustrating typical situations with worked examples.

About Author

Partner, RMT Accountants and Business Advisors, Newcastle upon Tyne, and Former Chairman, Association of Independent Specialist Medical Accountants (AISMA)


The legal framework of a medical practice. The structure of a medical practice. Partnership agreements. Practice accounts. The contract for services. Partners' funds and financing the practice. Other sources of income. Practice expenditure. Practice premises. NHS Pension Scheme. Pensions and personal financial planning. Forward planning. The taxation of earnings. Capital taxation.

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9781846192654
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 232
  • ID: 9781846192654
  • weight: 504
  • ISBN10: 184619265X
  • edition: 2nd New edition

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