Don’t use the “C” Contractor Word! – Part Two

This is Part Two of the article “Don’t use the “C” (Contractors) Word”. I cover practical examples and key court cases that best illustrate check common mistakes many practices make.   This is Part Two of a two-part series. Part Two of this topic covers practical court case examples of what I commonly see practices […]

Don’t use the “C” Contractor Word! – Part One

  This article was first published by the Medical Republic on the 6th of April 2021. When a practice manager, doctor, or doctor owner says “our doctors are contractors” without realising it you may be opening a whole can of worms for your practice. Even your website that states “Our Doctors” could trigger an audit! […]

2015 New Employee v Contractor Tax Audits!

The day’s of a “Gentlemen’s agreement” (i.e. hand shake agreements not putting agreements into writing) are over….! It is time to finally take control and eat well and sleep well to this recurring problem! We are aware of practices that have been recently hit with payroll and contractor audits. This is a new warning bulletin […]

Tenant Doctor/Tenant Provider/Service/Contractor Agreements

Medical, Dental and Allied Health Contract & Medical, Dental and Allied Health Service Provider Agreement Follow our comprehensive blog on tax, accounting and medico-legal problems with your provider, contractor arrangements and how we can assist you. Provider agreements can get quite complex with conflicting expert legal and accounting opinions across different state and federal laws […]

Overtime is not a badge of honour: it is a warning sign!- Part One

Overtime is not a badge of honour: It is a warning sign! This is Part One of the article Overtime is not a badge of honour: it is a warning sign! This article was first published by the Medical Republic on 15th June 2021. Overtime and staff burnout is your greatest challenge and opportunity. Three […]

Want a higher “Red Book friendly” pathology rent?: How you go about it matters!

Want a higher “Red Book friendly” pathology rent?: How you go about it matters! This article was first published by the Medical Republic on 20th April 2021. Editor update: 27th June 2021 In the original article below we highlighted the need for an independent valuation by an industry expert with experience in valuing pathology collection […]