We’re more than just accountants, we’re specialist advisors to the medical industry.

Each office across William Buck has a dedicated team that specialises in the health industry. Working with over 1,800 clients across Australia, our advisors help practitioners and health care corporates achieve their business and personal goals.

While we can assist in many ways, we recognise that to really help our health clients we need to understand more than just the tax laws and regulations.  We need to immerse ourselves in the industry.  As active industry participants, we provide seminars and educational courses for practitioners, host round table lunches connecting industry leaders with regulators and innovators in the market, and work with our clients to ensure their needs are represented.


360 Degree Support

Bringing together advisors from Business Advisory, Wealth Advisory, Tax and Superannuation; our team works seamlessly behind the scenes to ensure that careful consideration is given to all areas of your business or practice and personal financial affairs.

Accessibility to our advisors and the timely response to your questions are what we are known for. And, as your circumstances change, our advice will continuously adapt to your evolving needs.

The hands-on approach and accessibility of our advisors ensures that you receive 360 degree support at all times.

How we can help

With deep industry knowledge and expertise, we’re recognised as the go-to accountants and advisors for the medical industry and can help you to achieve your business and personal goals. We can assist with:

  • General tax compliance (tax returns, financials, BAS), bookkeeping including payroll and State and Federal tax reviews and audits
  • Strategic planning; practice establishment, benchmarking and structuring
  • Wealth management, and much more.

Who we serve

We work with over 1800 medical industry clients in Australia, with our core health client base including General Practitioners, Specialists and Dentists.

We are strong advocates for the industry and host educational workshops in partnership with the RACGP and other partners, and webinars with CommBank, exploring its GP and Dental Insights reports.

Recognised as some of the leading spokespeople on industry matters, our health services team often presents at conferences and provide media commentary on issues impacting the industry.

FAQs for medical professionals

Our advisors have compiled a series of short videos to answer frequent questions regarding:

  • Structuring your medical practice
  • What you’re entitled to claim at tax time
  • Taxing equipment finance
  • Practice valuations
  • Purchasing your first home
  • Preventing employee fraud, and more.

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GP Insights Report 2023
The CommBank 2023 GP Insights Report examines how practices are responding to the operational, financial, and patient-led forces that are reshaping primary care.

Dental Insights Report
CommBank Health and the Australian Dental Association’s report examines how practices are responding to the industry’s top challenges in pursuit of a competitive edge.

Latest insights from our Health team

Year-end tax planning considerations for medical practitioners
29 May 2024 | Minutes to read: 2

Year-end tax planning considerations for medical practitioners

With the end of financial year (EOFY) just around the corner, it’s not too late to start...
How planning an exit from ownership can help practice owners
16 April 2024 | Minutes to read: 2

How planning an exit from ownership can help practice owners

As a practice owner, it can be hard to know when to sell your practice. The reality...
Review your contracting arrangements for practice owners
29 March 2024 | Minutes to read: 2

Review your contracting arrangements for practice owners

It has been common over many years for medical practices to engage practitioners on what has been...
What can I claim if I travel?
23 March 2024 | Minutes to read: 2

What can I claim if I travel?

Have you ever wondered if you can claim tax deductions for your travel expenses for a recent...
Payroll tax for medical practices: a state-by-state analysis
15 March 2024 | Minutes to read: 2

Payroll tax for medical practices: a state-by-state analysis

The payroll tax debate and its impact on General Practices continues. Several Australian state revenue offices released...
Navigating succession planning: key considerations for taking on a partner in your medical practice
12 December 2023 | Minutes to read: 2

Navigating succession planning: key considerations for taking on a partner in your medical practice

It’s a common scenario, you've been running a successful practice for many years and are starting to...

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