Rosslyn Dental Agency
Providing dental agency services in Cardiff, dental staff agency in Newport, locum dental nurses in Swansea, dental staff agency in Abergavenny including Heads of the Valleys and Bristol.
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Autumn News Letter Summer is drawing to a close and we are saying goodbye to the magnificent number of GDC registered nurses who are now students joining or returning to their respective university courses. These nurses can, fill the gaps when our dental agency staff cannot work through holidays or many personal circumstances. Inevitably summer leads to some nurses not returning to agency work i.e. they have decided they can now work full time, or have moved on to other occupations. As a result at this time of year we are usually left with a short-fall of nurses. Maybe it is now your turn to think “do I want to have some variety” Maybe you are seeking another employer and want to have a look at what is available? Agency work is very rewarding. Rates of pay are above usual full time employment and as such you can either elect to work a shorter week or work every day and receive a substantial increase in your salary. We are looking for locum dental nurses throughout South Wales, Bristol, & Gloucestershire Why not discuss your need with Sally? We accept calls evenings and weekends at 01291 423978 you will not be disturbing us. We can work with your available days be they the same day(s) each week or variable dependent upon child care and other factors such as partners shift working. Whatever, we know and appreciate the problems and work through these with you. A little note regarding self-employed or employed You may have heard in the news about increasing numbers of people who consider themselves as self-employed. Citizens Advice has compiled some basic questions to check self-employed status and understand its implications. Hints and tips about what to do if you consider yourself to be self employed Decide how to trade, sole trader partnership, or limited company Register with HMRC as such. Open a bank account in your trading company’s name. A personal bank account is not permitted Keep accurate financial records and fill in self assessment tax forms Insure your business at least for public liability Sort out National Insurance Contributions for yourself and persons you employ. Remember NI & tax must now be submitted on line weekly to HMRC The Company or Sole Trader must be in a position to demonstrate that the derived income is not the only source of income. i.e. It is not permitted for any person acting for example as a business consultant to only work for one company or agency. This can be viewed by the tax authority as endeavouring to avoid Tax and NI which would normally be deducted by an employer to the employee. Failure to meet these requirements can result in:- a) The employee being required by HMRC to pay for unpaid tax and NI plus a substantial fine. ALSO b) The dentist similarly being fined for avoidance of their non payment of Tax and NI. relating to that self-employed worker. Please note these are only brief rules. Check this link from Citizens advice www.citizensadvice.org.uk/work/self-employed-or-looking-for-work/self-employment-checklist/
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Autumn News Letter Summer is drawing to a close and we are saying goodbye to the magnificent number of GDC registered nurses who are now students joining or returning to their respective university courses. These nurses can, fill the gaps when our dental agency staff cannot work through holidays or many personal circumstances. Inevitably summer leads to some nurses not returning to agency work i.e. they have decided they can now work full time, or have moved on to other occupations. As a result at this time of year we are usually left with a short-fall of nurses. Maybe it is now your turn to think “do I want to have some variety” Maybe you are seeking another employer and want to have a look at what is available? Agency work is very rewarding. Rates of pay are above usual full time employment and as such you can either elect to work a shorter week or work every day and receive a substantial increase in your salary. We are looking for locum dental nurses throughout South Wales, Bristol, & Gloucestershire Why not discuss your need with Sally? We accept calls evenings and weekends at 01291 423978 you will not be disturbing us. We can work with your available days be they the same day(s) each week or variable dependent upon child care and other factors such as partners shift working. Whatever, we know and appreciate the problems and work through these with you. A little note regarding self-employed or employed You may have heard in the news about increasing numbers of people who consider themselves as self-employed. Citizens Advice has compiled some basic questions to check self-employed status and understand its implications. Hints and tips about what to do if you consider yourself to be self employed Decide how to trade, sole trader partnership, or limited company Register with HMRC as such. Open a bank account in your trading company’s name. A personal bank account is not permitted Keep accurate financial records and fill in self assessment tax forms Insure your business at least for public liability Sort out National Insurance Contributions for yourself and persons you employ. Remember NI & tax must now be submitted on line weekly to HMRC The Company or Sole Trader must be in a position to demonstrate that the derived income is not the only source of income. i.e. It is not permitted for any person acting for example as a business consultant to only work for one company or agency. This can be viewed by the tax authority as endeavouring to avoid Tax and NI which would normally be deducted by an employer to the employee. Failure to meet these requirements can result in:- a) The employee being required by HMRC to pay for unpaid tax and NI plus a substantial fine. ALSO b) The dentist similarly being fined for avoidance of their non payment of Tax and NI. relating to that self-employed worker. Please note these are only brief rules. Check this link from Citizens advice www.citizensadvice.org.uk/work/self-employed-or-looking-for-work/self- employment-checklist/
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