Dentists news

NASDAL welcomes move to shelve Making Tax Digital – which may be short lived - 19 May 2017

The National Association of Specialist Dental Accountants and Lawyers (NASDAL) has welcomed the Government’s move to drop Making Tax Digital (MTD) from Finance Bill 2017 ahead of the upcoming General Election.

Making Tax Digital poses “significant complications” for Dentists, says NASDAL - 3 March 2017

The National Association of Specialist Dental Accountants and Lawyers (NASDAL) has warned that the Government’s hotly contested Making Tax Digital (MTD) project will pose “significant complications” for Britain’s Dentists and Dental practices.

Dentists could be badly bitten by MTD - 23 January 2017

Dentists have been warned that they could face more challenges than the average business when the Government brings in Making Tax Digital, as their accounting practices differ from most others. (more…)

Dentists need to be aware of important changes made in Autumn Statement - 15 December 2016

Milsted Langdon are advising dentists and dental practices to consider the potential impact that changes made in last month’s Autumn Statement could have on their business and day-to-day operations.

Study highlights regional differences in dental fees - 18 November 2016

A new study has suggested that the average cost of dental fees has increased by 40 per cent in the last three years.

Fall in dentists’ income criticised by BDA - 18 October 2016

The latest statistics unveiled by NHS Digital have revealed that, for those holding contracts under the NHS, dentists’ income has fallen by more than 15 per cent over the last five years.

GPs treat 600,000 dental patients each year - 7 September 2016

GPs are treating more than 600,000 dental patients a year due to spiralling costs of NHS charges for dentists, a report reveals. (more…)

Sugar tax to go ahead, but Childhood Obesity Strategy will ‘snub’ oral health - 2 September 2016

A controversial ‘sugar tax’ first proposed by former Chancellor George Osborne as part of the March 2016 Budget has been given a green light by the Government – and will go ahead for 2018.