The National Association of Specialist Dental Accountants and Lawyers (NASDAL) has announced that it has formed a Scottish section of the association for its Scottish members.
‘This formation will allow us to offer our clients in Scotland an even better service,’ partner at Campbell Dallas LLP, Roy Hogg, said.
‘We will still remain very active members of NASDAL as a whole and will continue to share all the benchmarking statistics and benefits that this brings our clients.
‘We have set up the Scottish section to allow us to pool our knowledge and expertise on the many accountancy and legal matters that require a keen knowledge of Scottish practices and law.
‘One of the key reasons to choose a NASDAL member is the specialist and expert knowledge that we can provide that others may not be able to.
‘A Scottish section seemed a natural part of this remit’
‘As specialists in looking after the tax and legal affairs of dentists, we recognise that there are a number of important differences in the way which dentists operate in Scotland both from the point of view of their NHS contracts, but also from a legal point of view,’ Nick Ledingham, chairman of NASDAL, said.
‘As a result I am delighted that NASDAL will now be able to offer dentists north of the border an even more specialist service.’