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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.
This shows the practice's profit for the year and should be set out in a standard format to provide an easy-to-read summary of practice income and expenditure. By Sue Beaton.
The various practice income and expenses categories should be itemised in the annual accounts so that you can track profits and investigate why they are rising or falling. By Simon Gray.
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.
Chris Howe explains what your annual accounts should contain to reflect the practice's financial performance and to be useful as a management tool.
Receiving the annual accounts from the practice accountants is a useful prompt to take stock of the practice's financial performance. By Luke Bennett.
GP partners need to keep money in their practice to fund its day-to-day activities. This working capital is shown as 'net current assets' in the accounts. By Barry Rigby.
This is one of the most important statements in the practice accounts, showing how the practice is being funded and how it is using its funds. By Seamus Dawson.
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