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Explaining the GP practice accounts

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Following on from the popular series written by the Association of Independent Specialist Medical Accountants (AISMA) on the basics of GP accounting, we have now consolidated all 10 parts into a fantastic free guide for you to download and keep.

If you missed the series on the blog and are wondering what it is all about, have a think about being called into a meeting with your GP partners and the practice accountant to review last year’s accounts.

Do you:

  1. feel an impending sense of doom
  2. glaze over, or
  3. fully understand the figures and what they mean for your practice?

If the answer is A) or B), this 10-part tutorial is for you!

Making sense of the practice accounts doesn’t require a degree in economics. But you do need to grasp the basic principles of accounting and how they apply to GP practices. The tutorial will get you started and has been put together for Practice Index by the Association of Independent Specialist Medical Accountants – a network of UK firms working with over 3,000 practices across the UK and representing the very best brains in GP practice finance.

Download the PDF for free here.

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