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Tax and Other Short Term Loans

When an unexpected bill hits their practice, some dentists can find it hard to cope.

This could be anything from an additional training requirement to larger than average liabilities for items such as Tax. Spreading these payments over 6 to 12 months can be the lifeline that some practices need.
Summary
Even the most well run dental practices can be faced with the occasional surprise when it comes to outgoings. Faced with the decision to eat into cash reserves or extend existing banking lines more and more dentists are turning to alternative finance solutions to smooth the peaks and troughs.

We have helped a large number of dentists cover additional outgoings from a one off training requirement to a larger than expected tax bill. Whatever your individual situation our dedicated healthcare mangers will be by your side every step of the way and do their utmost to keep you on track.
Complimentary solutions for dentists
In conjunction with the wider Wesleyan Group we are able to offer a full range of personal and commercial finance solutions for dentists:

What our customers say
Find out how we have helped dentists just like you:

  • Amersham: Old Amersham Dental Clinic receives first class treatment from Practice Plan and Wesleyan Bank
  • Sunnyside: Dental Partnership is all smiles after receiving support from Wesleyan Bank and practice plan

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