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Income from independent professional practice

Milton Friedman

Income from independent professional practice

by Milton Friedman and Simon Kuznets.

by Milton Friedman

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Published by National Bureau of Economic Research in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fees, Professional,
  • Income

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliography.

    SeriesNational Bureau of Economic Research. Publications, no. 45
    ContributionsKuznets, Simon Smith, 1901-
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxxiii, 594 p. ;
    Number of Pages594
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19464317M

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    BOOK REVIEWS INCOME FROM INDEPENDENT PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE. By MILTON FRIEDMAN and SIMON KUZNETS. New York: National Bureau of Eco-nomic Research, Pp. xxiii, $ The volume under review, perhaps involuntarily, serves the useful purpose of demonstrating two glaring national deficiencies. (1) One is.   I hope not, and I don’t believe so. I’ve found that with hard work and good planning, earning an income of $, per year in private practice is an obtainable goal. Money in Private Practice. As counselors, we loathe to discuss money–we want to focus on patient care. However, money is a necessary part of keeping the practice doors open.

    A practitioner is engaged to prepare a client's federal income tax return for and The practitioner files the return on the client's behalf. After the return is prepared, the client disputes the fees for the tax engagement, terminates the relationship, and requests all tax returns and related records. They certainly do this as they choose their professional paths within the ever-changing medical landscape. Perhaps the biggest decision a doctor makes – other than committing to an area of specialty – is whether to work as an employed physician as part of a larger health system, or start an independent physician practice.


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Read this book on Questia. This study of incomes from independent professional practice can be viewed as a detailed description of the income structure of five professions, as an empirical case study of the factors determining the incomes individuals receive for their work, and as an attempt to arrive at conclusions relevant to public policy.

46 PROFESSIONAL INCOME tioned above, 4 per cent of the engineers professionally active prior tobut only per cent of those entering the pro-fession in o.—32, were independent consultants in CHAPTER 2 The Data on Income from Independent Professional Practice THE FIVE PROFESSIONAL GROUPS we study include over 3oo,oooCited by: 7.

3 AVERAGE LEVEL OF INCOME IN THE FIVE PROFESSIONS (cH. 4) Of the five professional groups we study in detail, consulting engineers and certified public accountants receive the largest average incomes from independent practice.

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FRIEDMAN, Milton & Simon Kuznets. $ 8, Item Number: New York: National Bureau of Economic Research, First edition of Milton Friedman’s first book, co-authored with fellow Nobel Prize-winning economist, Simon Kuznets.

Octavo, original blue cloth, gilt titles to the spine. Simon Kuznets is best known for his studies of national income and its components.

Prior to World War I, measures of GNP were rough guesses, at best. No government agency collected data to compute GNP, and no private economic researcher did so systematically, either. Kuznets changed all that.

With work that began in the [ ]. Friedman established himself in with Income from Independent Professional Practice, coauthored with Simon Kuznets. In it he argued that state licensing procedures limited entry into the medical profession, thereby allowing doctors to charge higher fees than they would be able to do if competition were more open.

FRIEDMAN, MILTON, and SIMON KUZNETS. Income from Independent Professional Practice. xxxiii, New York: National Bureau of Economic Research, $ FRIEDMAN, MILTON, and SIMON KUZNETS. Income from Independent Professional Practice.

xxxiii, New York: National Bureau of Economic Research, $ Author: Robert W. Kelso. Milton Friedman & Simon Kuznets, "Income and the Location of Practice," NBER Chapters, in: Income from Independent Professional Practice, pagesNational Bureau of Economic Research, Inc.

Handle: RePEc:nbr:nberch   Income from Independent Professional Practice gives an account of income structure: income is composed of permanent, quasi-permanent, and transitory components.

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