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My Client the Health Professional

Published on 28 Jul 2005 | Took place at City West Function Centre, West Perth , WA

In the context of your clients as health professional practitioners:

A. Are you aware of the impact that the new changes to the Bankruptcy Act and the Family Law Act will have on your practitioner client?

B. Have you recently reviewed your clients' structure for compliance and tax efficiency purposes?

C. From a GST perspective, have you considered which entities within your practitioner client are able to be 'grouped'?

If you need assistance or guidance in addressing the above issues then you should reaad these seminar materials.

Get a 20% discount when you buy all the items from this event.

Individual sessions

Asset Protection and Structuring Issues

Author(s):  John MIDDLETON,  Georgina JOHNSON

This paper covers the following topics:

  • what is the best structure?
  • service trusts - what are the new rules?
  • service fee calculations - the pitfalls
  • PSI rules
  • proposed amendments to Pharmacists Registration Act and other professional requirements.

This paper was also presented by Andrew Craig at the 'Your Client the Health Professional' seminar held in Adelaide on 30 March 2005, by Chris Wookey at the 'Your Client the Health Professional' seminar held in Melbourne on 26 July 2005, and by Nathan Thomson at the 'My Client the Health Professional' seminar held in Perth on 28 July 2005.

Materials from this session:

GST and the health professions

Author(s):  Ash CHOTAI

The application of GST to the health professions has its own issues to be negotiated. This article examines the health-related concessions in the GST Act, what they might mean, and what they have been interpreted to mean by the Commissioner and the Health Industry Partnership. GST aspects of service entities and GST grouping are also reviewed in passing.

This paper was also presented by the author at the 'My Client the Health Professional' seminar held in Brisbane on 31 January 2005, by Chris Waples at the 'Your Client the Health Professional' seminar held in Adelaide on 30 March 2005, by Craig Whatman at the 'Your Client the Health Professional' seminar held in Melbourne on 26 July 2005 and by Peter Speechley at the 'My Client the Health Professional' seminar held in Perth on 28 July 2005.

Materials from this session: