Common mistakes can render an agreement invalid or ineffective, writes Lynne Abbess
Fair profit-sharing clauses in partnership agreements are crucial for GP partners, says Lynne Abbess.
Lynne Abbess advises on when and why GP partners should review and update their partnership deed.
Lynne Abbess provides advice on how practices should handle GP partners' maternity leave.
Spelling out amounts and types of leave due to each partner in the partnership deed is vital, says Lynne Abbess.
When a partner announces their intention to leave, they must discuss with colleagues how they will deal with the property, writes Jenny Stone.
Recruiting GPs can take up to a year in the current climate, so succession planning is vital, writes Jenny Stone
Simon Gray explains the options for calculating the final profit share of a partner who is departing.
To recruit the right partner, present potential benefits accurately and be clear about financial outlay and responsibilities, writes Laurence Slavin
Practices must tell the CQC when a partner joins or leaves and practice mergers may involve re-registering, Lynne Abbess advises.
Devising a strategy around drawing funds will help your business remain stable, writes Russell Finn
Practice profits are normally divided into two categories - a top slice from income earned by individual partners and the remainder, the pool of profit in which all partners share. By Liz Densley.
Our guide to the annual accounts will help partners and practice managers better understand the practice's finances and how to use this information as a business tool.
Lawyer James Atkins explains how changes to the Premises Costs Directions could help GP practices who want to re-mortgage their properties - or change their mortgage to move to new premises.
Simon Gray explains figures relating to GP partners' capital in the annual accounts balance sheet.
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