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One in four GPs take 10% pay cut

11th May 2011

The results of a survey of 576 GPs by Pulse have shown that a quarter of GPs have taken a reduction in salary since 2008.

Six out of ten GPs said their pay had suffered and the average GP had taken a pay cut of 4%. Bob Senior, chair of the Association of Independent Specialist Medical Accountants and director of medical services at RSM Tenon, said: "Profits in the year to March 2009 were largely stable or dropped a shade. Then in the year to March 2010 there was a drop of 3-5% on average. We are expecting that trend to continue, with a 3-5% drop in the year to March 2011."

 

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