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Hall Liddy

Wanted: account manager

Your chance to join our team!

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We are looking to recruit a Account Manager to take up a position in our Medical Team, based in Manchester.

This is an exciting opportunity to join an expanding firm dedicated to providing a high level of service to our medical client base. The primary responsibility of this role will be overseeing the management of a portfolio of clients, reporting to a Director or Associate Director. This will include:

  • Reviewing accounts prepared by our Accounts Department for sole traders, partnerships and limited companies (GP’s and consultants).
  • Producing tax computations and tax returns.
  • Preparing superannuation certificates.
  • Identifying key issues for discussion with client at annual meeting.
  • Liaising with clients throughout the year to uphold principle of excellent client service.

The salary is negotiable. Contact Michelle Cowgill on 0161 832 7571 or email michelle@hallliddy.co.uk for further details.

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5 easy ways to check your finances are on track

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High quality information is the key to sound financial management. Clear and concise reports, which show the headline figures without too many distracting details, are ideal for controlling your finances on a day to day basis.

Like the dials on a flight deck, they make it easy to check you are on course and spot the early signs of trouble. Displaying figures as charts or graphs helps to highlight underlying trends and can give partners a greater insight into the finances.
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Tax warning for expat doctors selling a home in the UK

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Doctors and other professionals who are living overseas and who sell a home in the UK should beware of being caught out by changes to the capital gains tax rules.

The changes, which came into force on 6 April 2015, mean that non-UK residents must pay tax on any increase in the property’s value from that date until the date of the sale, and to submit a capital gains tax return within 30 days of completion.
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How much money should we take out of the practice?

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Of all the questions that medical accountants are asked, the issue of drawings is by far the most common. That’s perhaps not surprising, as it can be difficult to get the balance just right.

If your drawings are set too high, you risk running out of cash and being unable to pay the bills, or lurching from one crisis to the next. Cashflow problems can bring down even the most profitable practice which is why accountants often use the saying, ‘cash is king’.
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