'Cash' ISA with a difference
- ISAs are not as complex as they might first seen. Berger, David // GP: General Practitioner;3/18/2002, p76
Reports on various issues related to general practitioners' investments in individual saving accounts (ISA) shares. Types of ISA; Factors to be considered before investing in ISA; Maximum amount available for stock market investments under a maxi ISA.
- ISA discount offer for GPs. Taylor, Keith // GP: General Practitioner;3/18/2002, p78
Focuses on advice of financial experts to general practitioners regarding the best way to take advantage of the individual saving account (ISA) allowance. Advantages offered by ISAs; Investment options set for practitioners; Risk involved in the options.
- How to optimise your PEP - Investment specialist Keith Taylor examines a range of options for GPs whose PEPs have been performing below par in the economic climate. Taylor, Keith // GP: General Practitioner;1/7/2002, p51
Discusses guidelines for general practitioners related to making investments in personal equity plans (PEP). Importance of performance record of PEP fund manager for PEP investments; Issues related to changing investment strategies; Reference to a case study related to fund transfer.
- Tax-free savings under threat? Smith, Stuart // Pulse;3/17/2003, Vol. 63 Issue 11, p86
Focuses on the long-term savings plans offered for general practitioners by life insurance companies and friendly societies in Great Britain. Tax benefits; Types of plans; Plan contributions.
- Make your savings grow. Willis, Liz // GP: General Practitioner;11/28/2008, p44
The article discusses ways for general practitioners (GP) to grow their savings despite the down economy in Great Britain. According to the article, investing in shares is one way that can be done by GPs to make one's capital grow for a longer term. In addition, it states that it is better to...
- Saving for the children's future. // Medeconomics;May2003, Vol. 24 Issue 5, p44
This article focuses on the child benefit schemes for savings for children of physicians in Great Britain. Nationwide's Smart 2 Save account is one of the best schemes, currently paying 4.25 per cent gross per year. But if this account is meant to be for long-term saving, such as further...
- Rx for Physician Shortage: Strategic Financial Prevention. Bauer, Jeffrey C. // Strategic Financial Planning;Spring2012, Vol. 7 Issue 2, p9
The author discusses the strategic financial prevention of physician shortage. He notes that physicians will leave clinical practice to manage multistakeholder systems and multidisciplinary caregiver teams. He mentions that increasing the productivity of caregivers, planning for appropriate...
- Huge gaps in GP diabetes care. // Pulse;3/31/2003, Vol. 63 Issue 13, p12
Reports on the huge resource and training investment needed to help general practitioners meet the demands of the national service framework for diabetes in Great Britain.
- MedEconomics: Partners' funds in the practice. Gray, Simon // GP: General Practitioner;6/24/2011, p46
The article presents information about the annual practice accounts of General Practitioner (GP) principals' investments. It has been stated that surgery capital, fixed asset capital and working capital are the three headings under which partners' investment are generally allocated in the...