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SIPPs - an alternative means of practice property purchase
  1. Andy Moore

    Andy Moore is a partner in Albert Goodman Chartered Accountants in Taunton. Following a ‘veterinary upbringing’ and then qualifying as an accountant in 1994, he specialises in giving accountancy, taxation and business advice to veterinary practices.


THE cost of buying practice property represents one of the largest outgoings in the business of veterinary practice. In this article, Andy Moore explains how, in certain circumstances, the use of a self-invested personal pension (SIPP) can produce savings of up to 40 per cent on the cost of purchasing new premises.

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