I confess that I am not a pensions expert. The pension world in general is difficult but with the proposals in respect of the NHS pension scheme for dentists, it is anything but in the words of a meerkat, “simples”. We have recently posted
a blog by Peter Dunn of Heritage Financial Advisors Limited who has kindly supplied me some more information which deals with various scenarios. The principal issues appear to arise where there is an element of incorporation or where the dentist being a principal or an associate is working for a corporate. Even that is not simple on the basis that the situation alters as to whether you are working for a large corporate for example, IDH, or any corporate other than a large corporate.
The purpose of this blog is not to give you a breakdown of the position, as this would suggest an expertise, which I do not possess. However, I am in the admirable position of being able to refer any questions on these matters to people who know.
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