As a UK dentist, it is likely that you are trading as self-employed or as a director of your own limited company, so you will understand that there isn't the luxury of sick pay and other benefits that regular employees receive.
There is the entitlement to certain benefits through the NHS, such as the NHS pension, but this can be complicated in itself.
If you are a business owner, or are soon to start running your own dental practice, there are yet further considerations. Dental & Medical Financial Services has helped countless dentists with effective private pension planning based on what matters to them, and we offer a host of planning options to help you make sense of it all and, ultimately, help you live the life you want.
What are your objectives?
How much income can you allocate to your retirement provision?
What tools do you want to use to achieve your objectives?
What is your attitude to risk?
What are the tax implications?
The prospect of retirement can often seem a long way off; however, the sooner you begin to make provisions, the greater chance you have of building a retirement portfolio that will deliver the kind of lifestyle you desire in later life.
We offer a host of planning options to help you make sense of it all and, ultimately, help you live the life you want.
"I would like to thank Darren Scott-Guinness and the team at Medics Financial Services for the excellent advice and financial recommendations. The service has been exceptional and professional at all times. I was very impressed by the efficiency and promptness in dealing with my financial affairs with regular updates by email and correspondence. "
Dr Hatem Algraffee, Specialist Periodontist