Working in private practice can be rewarding financially as well as professionally. Building a financially viable client-base might take a while but with an understanding of the key factors in setting prices, and controlling costs at a reasonable level, psychologists in private practice can thrive. This workshop aims to cover practical financial considerations.
This workshop is designed for those who are considering setting up a private practice and/or have been working independently for a short while and feel they could use some guidance in understanding the finances of their practice.
Brief description of themes, broken down into sessions
This half-day workshop will follow the outline below:
2.00–4.00PM Income and Expenses
• Business Costs
• Income Producing Activities v Administration/Non Income Producing Activities
• Accounting Records
4.15–5.00PM Sorting out the finance
Methods of teaching and form of the event
This workshop will encourage engagement and participation in order to ensure that it covers as much
as possible the practical issues that arise on a day to day basis and enhance the learning experience.
Participants are encouraged to take notes to supplement the course materials.
No previous experience is required.
John Smith F.C.A .,B.Sc(Mgmt) is a Chartered Accountant and Tax Consultant with 30 years experience , including
over 20 years running his own accountancy practice advising small and medium enterprises in a wide range of
industries and professions.