Finance for the private practice – Talk to your finance broker
Finance for the private practice is the topic of this audio podcast in our Money Talk Series.
In our series of podcasts on Finance for doctors, we asked finance specialist Mike Deegan to give us 5 tips in regards to finding and putting in place finance for the private practice.
Finance for the private practice can include: fit-out finance or lease, purchase of your rooms, chattel mortgage for equipment, etc.
Finance for the private practice comes with a number of complexities, which is why you always should seek specialist advice.
At Affluence Private Wealth we specialise in Business advice for doctors, and we love to invite other aligned experts to tap into their expertise. We work with a number of specialists to provide our medical clients with the best advice and service.
For more podcasts, head to https://affluenceprivate.com.au/podcast-financial-planning-doctors-surgeons-specialists/
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