Lovewell Blake

Lovewell Blake is a firm of Chartered Accountants and Financial Planners. Offering financial advice or help with your dental business, their specialist teams pride themselves on working side by side with their clients.

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Their innovative services range from ensuring that your compliance obligations are met and managing your business and tax affairs in an efficient manner whilst working around your busy schedule:

  • Dynamic business or personal tax guidance including tax planning

  • Innovative cloud accounting systems

  • Outsourcing of bookkeeping and payroll services

  • In-depth knowledge of the NHS superannuation scheme

  • Featuring the common thread that runs through all the Denplan Expert Network partners, Lovewell Blake’s people relish tailoring their services to their clients’ aspirations and priorities – both in business and life
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Lovewell Blake blogs

 

Need for financial information in a Dental Practice
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Accurate and timely financial information has never been more important for a thriving dental practice than it is today. This provides an overview of the benefits of sound financial information and a robust bookkeeping system and touches on payroll and pensions.

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NHS pension reform
Matthew Harrington - Financial Planning


Following the Government’s consultation into public sector pension scheme reforms, they have now published their response, here, outlining their proposals for changes to schemes over the coming years.

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Spring Budget – what opportunities does this bring?
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Following the delivery of the Spring Budget on 3 March 2021, there is a good chance that people will have seen the limited changes as not affecting them a great deal; however, this could in fact have an effect both in the short, and long-term, on tax due.

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Further help for Self-Assessment taxpayers
Shaun Davison


HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) have announced that Self-Assessment taxpayers will not be charged the 5% late payment penalty if they pay their tax or set up a payment plan by 1 April 2021.

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