When to review your finance and loan structure?
The question when to review your finance solution is not an easy one. That’s why we invited finance broker Mike Deegan in our podcast studio, to share some of his knowledge and to tap into his experience setting up finance solutions for doctors, who launch their own private practice.
How often do you review your Finance when you have obtained a loan to start your own practice?
Our guest expert on this episode of the mini-series is Mike Deegan, expert in Finance solutions for professionals and business owners.
At Affluence Private Wealth we love to invite other experts to share their knowledge in regards to Business for Doctors.
There are dozens of high quality audio and video podcass on our website: https://affluenceprivate.com.au/podcast-financial-planning-doctors-surgeons-specialists/
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