collaborating with the BMA,
Department of Health and NHS Pensions Agency.
on complex issues, including superannuation,
ﬁnancial analysis and restructuring.
advice and planning opportunities for
medical practitioners, including managing
pension charges and regulatory changes.
supporting practices and Federations to maximise income,
increasing QOF points, claiming enhanced services,
preparing for CQC visits, and structuring Practice mergers.
With more than 30 years experience, Ramsay Brown is the trusted and preferred chartered accountants for medical professionals. Contact us today on (020) 8004 0555 or click here to email us.
Ramsay Brown Chartered Accountants – An integrated approach to navigating the NHS’s ever-changing financial landscape.
With over 30 years of experience in supporting the medical community, Ramsay Brown’s partners are dedicated to enabling practitioners to serve their patients’ best interests, whilst securing their individual and practice’s financial futures. Led by Chartered Accountants Laurence Slavin, Katie Collin and Anil Sookharry, together with Practice Director Tracey Jenkins, Ramsay Brown have the expertise, dedication and experience to provide unparalleled advice and assistance for all your needs.
News and Resources
The NHS’s ever-changing financial landscape can be hard to keep up with which is why we share regular updates for GPS, Primary Trusts, and Practice Owners. See our latest posts here:
This broadcast provides an update on the key issues around NHS Pensions, clinicians using companies, basis period reform, and more
This broadcast explains the extension of the tax return filing date to 28 Feb 2022 and delaying tax payments up to 1 April 2022 without penalty.
This broadcast explains what employers can do for their staff over the festive period.
This broadcast covers the latest news on the £150k GP declaration, Basis Period Reform and a review of VAT and Clinicians providing their services through a company.
This broadcast updates the earlier broadcast with more information from the issue of the Finance Bill and some helpful intervention from HMRC!
The Government has amended legislation from 1st October 2021 to require medical practitioners to make a self-declaration of NHS earnings over £150,000 for 2019/20. This will be an annual process, with an uplift applied to the…
With over 30 years of experience in supporting the medical community, Ramsay Brown’s partners are dedicated to enabling practitioners to serve their patients’ best interests, whilst securing their individual and practice’s financial futures.