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Dissecting the Health Professions

Published on 30 Sep 2010 | Took place at Grand Chancellor Adelaide, Adelaide, SA

The 1 July 2010 change from local to national based regulation of our ten health professions makes this an opportune time to revisit existing practices and identify the new issues and opportunities applying to all of our clients operating within or alongside these professions.

This event took practitioners on an illustrative and interactive expedition through three topics most relevant to health professional advisors:

  • the restrictions placed on health professionals in conducting their practice by both the national regulatory framework and Australia‚Äôs taxation laws
  • common (and some not so common) structures health professionals may adopt in undertaking their professional practice to increase the economic efficiency of their family group
  • effective asset protection strategies which serve to protect the valuable assets (operating, investment or otherwise) of health professionals.

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Individual sessions

The regulatory framework

Author(s):  Nicholas EDWARDS This paper covers:

  • the new national health practitioners regulatory framework
  • personal services income regime
  • general anti-avoidance provisions - part IVA
  • payroll tax and other indirect tax burdens.
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Financial planning for medicos

Author(s):  Hayden LOXTON This paper covers:

  • unique financial issues of medical professionals
  • the four stages in a medico's financial life
  • aspects of a comprehensive financial plan
  • asset protection
  • modern estate planning.
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Case studies

Author(s):  Tim CLAYTON This paper covers three case studies based on the topic of dissecting the health professions.

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