Helping dental professionals protect their wealth

A seminar to help dental professionals get more commercially focused is taking place on Wednesday 24 November at the Hilton Warwick hotel.

Accountancy practice TGFP, Smith & Williamson Financial Services, legal firm Alsters Kelley and Lloyds TSB Commercial have combined forces to deliver an intensive evening seminar to offer a consolidation of expertise to dental practitioners.

Tim Forde, representing chartered accountants TGFP, will be speaking to the delegates on tax efficiency and tax mitigation opportunities, an area that is of vital importance to dentists in the current economic downturn.

Also joining Mr Forde will be Michael White from Smith & Williamson Financial Services, who has extensive experience advising a range of high net worth clients in all aspects of financial planning. Mr White has advised many healthcare clients and has presented a series of retirement planning seminars to large groups of eminent medical professionals.

Keynote speakers also include Conrad Hoy, a healthcare banking consultant from Lloyds TSB who has expert knowledge in the field of practice acquisition funding and Colin Witherall, senior partner at Alsters Kelley. Mr Witherall has years of experience as a corporate/commercial lawyer and is currently involved in more than 20 major health centre developments.

The seminar has been created to provide a holistic ‘business solution’ resource in one intensive evening session. Many dental professionals find themselves at a stage in their careers where they either need to plan ahead for retirement or want to expand their operations and improve the financial wellbeing of their practices. 

TGFP’s Tim Forde, says: ‘Dentists are busy professionals. I am sure most of them would profess that they concentrate most of their time on the delivery of the clinical end of the business. Their priority is delivering high levels of patient care and they have little time to seek legal and financial advice and think about strategies for growth and retirement. We feel the seminar is offering a huge ‘professional services’ resource under one roof and in one intensive session.’

If you are interested in attending the seminar, email tim.forde@tgfp.co.uk.

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