William Buck understand that medical practitioners and leaders of health and aged care organisations face a unique challenge: running an efficient and successful business while offering the best quality of care for their patients. You need a partner who understands these unique industry issues and can help you through the financial, business and personal wealth implications.
William Buck are preferred business advisory service providers to the Australian Medical Association and have extensive experience working with health professionals and businesses at all levels; from salaried medical practitioners to principals of small and medium sized practices or group and corporate practices.
William Buck offer the following exclusive to AMA Queensland members:
- Graduating and Salaried Doctors
We offer consultation and advice on salary packaging and also your income tax returns.
- Commencing as contractors
Complimentary initial consultation regarding the structure of the contracting arrangement and also complimentary establishment of the necessary registrations including ABN and GST. An additional member discount of 15% on initial structuring costs.
- Commencing practice
For members considering commencing in practice, the provision of a complimentary initial consultation regarding the structure of the practice, complimentary establishment of the registrations including GST, ABN, PAYG and Workcover is available. An additional member discount of 15% on initial structuring costs.
- Immigrating doctors
International Medical Graduates (IMG) members are offered a complimentary initial consultation to provide advice on the Australian Taxation System, along with follow up to ensure these members have the necessary application for TFN and GST where appropriate. A 15% discount applies to any structures that may be required.
- Review of existing practices
A complimentary initial consultation to review member’s financial affairs to ensure current taxation arrangements are best servicing their needs and to identify areas where improvements can be made to maximise outcomes.