Get good advice before you set up your private practice
It’s a cliche but this is one of the situations where you do want to get good advice before you embark on the journey. In our series of 5 episodes we talk about finance for doctors and the importance of creating the right foundation.
Today Mike Deegan talks about linking your broker, your adviser and your accountant in this important phase.
In this series we talked about the dos and don’ts of finance for doctors. In this episode we highlight the link between your choices in this area (finance) and the other aspects of your business planning.
If not implemented correctly, your choices can have serious consequences. Mike talks about the importance of a “holistic” approach and advice, and the importance to involve your various advisers when you commit to a finance product.
Mike Deegan is the principal of Do Financial in Perth:
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