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Validating Valuations

Proving that the price and numbers given about a pharmacy are true and correct (i.e. financial due diligence). What to ask for to validate what you have been told by the broker when you think he is painting a "rosy" picture?

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Install Gizmo on Your Nokia: Nokia eSeries with Gizmo (SIP VoIP)

How can I make Internet Calls on my Nokia mobile phone?

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Pharmacy Management 101

There are 3 fundamental economic realities about pharmacy. They are:

There is no such thing as an average pharmacy — all pharmacies are different and a number of unique business and operating models are obvious in the Australian pharmacy landscape; Gross margins are in decline; and Increasing reliance on prescriptions and professional services.

Over the next two weeks, I will focus on items 2 and 3. This week I would like to discuss item 1 in detail.

Many focus on the mythical average pharmacy as being representative of pharmacy. However, even on something as simple as average turnover (annual sales), the average is not representative.

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Pharmacy Gross Margins 2011

Hi Medici, I am a 4th year pharmacy student, currently participating in a business plan competition. I just wanted to know the current industry average for Gross Profit for a community pharmacy. The information provided on your website (updated 2009) indicates an average of 32-33%. Is this value still current? Any help would be greatly appreciated. Monnette Samo

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Australian Banks to Haul in $5b in Fees

Australian banks will collect more than $5 billion in fees in the year ahead as they aim to survive the global economic crisis, a researcher forecasts.

In its annual bank fee benchmark report, Fujistu Consulting found Australian households on average pay 22% more in bank fees than British households, and 11% more than those in the US.

The survey concluded the average Australian household pays close to $1000 in fees each year, compared to $749 in the UK and $850 in the US.

Report author Martin North estimates Australian banks collected just under $5 billion in fee income in 2008, ranking them among the most expensive in the western world.

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