How much will a dentist pay their accountant?
If you’re an associate dentist, your accounts and tax return will fall in to one of two categories – you’re either self-employed or you work through your own limited company.
Your accounts and tax affairs will be simpler and therefore cheaper if you’re self-employed. A limited company provides more opportunity for tax savings, but its more complicated. This means you’ll pay your accountant more for their services.
Prices are usually cheaper if you use an online service where most of your contact with the accountant is online and you don’t have a dedicated accountant to speak to.