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‘Locum doctors’ (also known as Locum Tenens doctors) are usually ‘freelance’ doctors who experience the world of medicine in a very different way compared with full-time doctors. They trade in the routine of employment for the flexibility of substituting for others who are off because of illness, maternity leave or holiday.
Nitschke Nancarrow managing partner Kym Nitschke spoke to the Medical Observer about how splitting income could get the Australian Tax Office’s attention.
Are you a young doctor looking to carve out a role as a leader in your clinic or field? Being a real leader doesn’t come easy. But these tips will help get you there faster.
Novated leases can be a big help to some doctors, but not a great idea for others. How about you? Medical accountant Kym Nitschke explains what you need to know.
Medical specialists and private practice doctors who charge a gap for their services are being blamed by some for the downturn in Australians seeking basic medical care. But as a medical professional with a business to run, you’ve got increasing expenses to cover.
How much do you know about medical indemnity insurance? In this article for doctors, we’ll bring you up to speed.
It’s not easy for most people to contemplate their own mortality. As a doctor, you are perhaps more aware than others about how fragile human life is than most. That’s why you want to make sure your family will be cared for and your wishes honoured in the event of your own passing. Don’t put […]
You’re just getting started out in your new career as a doctor. You’re young, you’ve got student debts to worry about and you’re distracted by the myriad of new responsibilities on your plate. Now’s not the time to be thinking about retirement. Or is it? Medical accountant Kym Nitschke shows how contributing the right amount […]
There’s a commonly-held belief that trusts are simply a way for the wealthy to get away with shielding their income from taxes. But that couldn’t be farther from the truth, as medical accountant Kym Nitschke explains.