Curve Accountants has offices in Melbourne, Geelong and Brisbane.
Our committed and dedicated team of professional and qualified staff have decades of experience providing services and guidance for medical professionals.
Acting as accountants and advisers for medical professionals, Curve is ready to help you proactively improve your wealth and financial health.
PO Box 81
Moorabbin VIC 3189
(03) 9588 9000
‘Spaces’ Level 1, 580 Church Street
Richmond VIC 3121
(03) 9583 6533
Suite 1, Level 1, 27-31 Myers Street
Geelong, VIC 3220
03 5221 1744
10/15 Green Square Close
Fortitude Valley QLD 4006
07 3338 5721
Recent Articles from our Blog
The structure of practices can vary significantly according to needs. Each structure has different advantages and disadvantages covering the level of autonomy, risk, responsibility and cost. Therefore, each one will need to be reviewed [...]
This text is from an email dispatched by the Australian Tax Office on 6-March 2019. Single Touch Payroll (STP) is a new way for employers to report tax and super information to the ATO. [...]
Practitioners need to decide whether to practice with other doctors or on their own. Choosing to work with other co-owners could have numerous benefits including:Sharing of expenses;Sharing workload, both medical and administrative;Knowledge sharing and intellectual advancement;Learning from one another’s work experience;Attracting more patients due to each doctor’s credentials and specialties, for example, employing a female doctor could attract a specific demographic of patients who may have not come to the clinic otherwise if only male doctors practiced there; andBeing able to offer patients a versatile set of skillsThese benefits, however, are very minimal if the co-owners of a practice do not work together or more importantly do not completely trust each other as business partners. Partners or associates may be held liable for another co-owner’s actions under some legal structures; therefore an ultimate level of trust and confidence in the legal structure selected is imperative.
Staff are easy to hire but not so easy to fire. Therefore, much thought should go into your practice before another staff member is hired. Staff salaries are usually responsible for a large percentage of your expenses. Here's a list of alternatives we recommend you consider before hiring.
Single Touch Payroll (STP) is the new streamlined system for the ATO to receive payroll and superannuation data from employers. Those employing less than 20 staff will need to comply from 1 July 2019.