This article, along with the checklist provided, will help you to diagnose the state of your financial health. The suggested resources, as well as the basic budget spreadsheet and key points will enable you to design a personalised financial rehabilitation plan, allowing you to realise your business aims, maximise your financial potential and complete your tax return with time efficiency and confidence. The article has been written specifically with the physical and manual therapist in mind by a fellow manual therapist who is also a qualified accountant and holds a Masters degree in commerce.
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