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Do GPs just have to accept reduced income?

GPs have become used to year-on-year pay freezes and ballooning practice expenses, but does it have to be that way? Share your stories, ask questions and get tips from others.

GPs have become used to year-on-year pay freezes and ballooning practice expenses, but does it have to be that way? Share your stories, ask questions and get tips from others.

Enter your questions about practice finance or describe how you have boosted your income despite the harsh conditions in general practice in the comments box below. Or if you prefer, email feedback@pulsetoday.co.uk

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