Finance for doctors. About benefits and pitfalls
Finance for doctors is a special topic we cover in this series of podcasts, with Mike Deegan.
How do you go about organising Finance to set up a private practice? What are the obstacles and pitfalls to look out for? And how do you balance out what the lenders tell you…and what is good for your business?
Mike Deegan shares some of the insights he gained throughout his career, he elaborates on how the 3Cs apply to doctors and how you can streamline the process of obtaining finance, without losing sight of the bigger picture.
At Affluence Private Wealth we pride ourselves in providing specialist business and financial advice to Australian doctors, and it’s always a pleasure to invite other experts in and ask them to share some of their golden nuggets of good advice.
For more podcasts (audio and video) on the topic of Business Advice for Doctors, check out https://affluenceprivate.com.au/podcast-financial-planning-doctors-surgeons-specialists/
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