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Let us match your requirements to an independent specialist Financial Adviser – handpicked and verified by us and reviewed by doctors like you.
Simply fill in your details and we will instantly email you a free speciality specific step by step guide to claiming a tax rebate on costs of training such as GMC fees, BMA fees, Royal college fees and examination expenses. Doctors claim an average tax rebate of £1245 using our free guides.
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Medics’ Money is run by Dr Tommy Perkins and Dr Ed Cantelo, who is not only a GP trainee but also a Chartered Accountant and Chartered Tax Advisor with nine years’ experience at PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP London.
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