Medical Practice Start Up

People go into business for different reasons; many like the freedom and independence that comes with clinic ownership; others like the challenge of running a busy clinic and of course there is also the opportunity to earn unlimited income based on your own efforts and the ability to leverage from others.

At Trilogy Professional Group, we are very passionate about making sure our clients that have decided to go into a new business, are equipped with all the information they need to know from the start. 

To help our clients build a successful medical practice business, we have prepared a comprehensive 48 Point Start Up Checklist to make sure you know everything you need to know. We can assist you every step oif the way or we are on hand to offer advice when you need it.

One of the very first things to do on the checklist is to establish the best business structure for your situation. Did you know that 93% of all small to medium sized businesses lose thousands of dollars in unnecessary tax each year simply because their business isn't set up in the right structure?

Business owners are also at risk of getting sued even if they have insurance meaning their personal assets are at risk as well - it is imperative that your business is set up so your personal assets are protected.

We will make sure you are set up in the most appropriate structure in line with your situation and how you want to operate the business.

To find out how we can help you make your business dreams become a reality, call us on 02 4365 0377 for an obligation-free meeting.

Helpful Links

ATO - Record-keeping-for-small-business

ATO - Guide to Superannuation for Employers

ASIC - Registering a business name

Physiotherapy Board of Australia

Australian Physiotherapy Association

Guide to Structure Comparison

Business Start Up Toolkit

Business Finance Products Comparison




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