Can You Swap Shares Without Any Tax Charges?

Share for share exchanges are very common and are used for various commercial reorganisations. These exchanges often occur when forming new holding companies in order to transfer assets out of the original company. In order to ensure the transaction is tax neutral and does not succumb to any capital gains tax, stamp duty or income […]

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What Does the Super-Deduction Mean for Dentists?

From 1 April 2021 until 31 March 2023, any businesses (companies only) investing in qualifying new plant and machinery assets will be able to claim: a 130% super-deduction capital allowance on qualifying assets and machinery investments a 50% first-year allowance for qualifying special rate assets The Biggest Business Tax Cut in Modern British History This […]

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2021 Year End Tax Planning – Can you become an ISA Millionaire?

It’s that time of year again when one needs to consider all their tax saving options. In truth, there are maybe two major things you need to be considering, ISA and pension contributions. If you have not contributed to either of these, then it’s definitely worth considering. My personal favourites are ISA’s as you can […]

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2021’s Budget Impact on UK Dentists

We have reviewed yesterday’s budget and have provides some further detail, along with our own viewpoints on the announcement and its impact on the UK’s dentists. There are some significant changes which will play out over the coming months and years. In addition, it does look like things have been made more complex by the […]

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Rishi Sunak’s Budget Update

The Dental Business Guide Podcast Episode | 3rd March 2021Arun Mehra Good afternoon. It’s Arun Mehra here on the 3rd March from the Dental Business Guide and I’ll be talking to you about the budget that was announced earlier today by Rishi Sunak. Now, there was a lot of expectation around this budget, with various […]

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Diversity in Dentistry in the UK

Is Dentistry as Diverse as You Think It Is? Try to think about what your dentist looked like when you were younger, can you remember? Was your dentist a male? Was your dentist a person of colour? If I was a betting man, I definitely know what I’d bet your dentist looked like.  Even though […]

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How lenders want you to manage and develop a start up

In order for a lender to approve an application for finance for the purchase of premises for a squat, build work or equipment, they require a mandatory background check on you as well as the plans for your business, but they have certain internal guidelines that they want you to adhere to when formulating your […]

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Free Stuff + Tesco’s!

The most excitement I seem to get these days is going to Tesco’s New Malden. Currently, I am living where I grew up, and going to Tesco reminds me of my school days, as my old school, Raynes Park High School, is right next to Tesco’s. During those school days, most lunchtimes, we would head […]

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Making a Business Interruption Insurance Claim

As a result of the recent Supreme Court announcement that small businesses can make a business interruption claim, this is good news for our Dental clients and other SME’s. We have detailed the steps you need to consider when making a Business Interruption Claim. But now the time has come that you need to file […]

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The Table – 18 Years On

This is the table I started the Samera business on 18 years back. Its teak, from John Lewis and bought in the 1970’s by my parents. It’s still standing strong, and so are we. Strong foundations in life and business make a huge difference. In those eighteen years we have experienced many highs and lows, […]

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