Net yieldIn terms of the Cost structure statistics of the Federal Statistical Office:
The net yield of medical practices is the difference between income and expenditures. The net yield is always reported per medical practice and per owner of a medical practice. The net yield does not represent the business profit of the practice, because for example the expenditure for practice initiation (expenditure attributable to the reporting year and/or depreciation for the reporting year for a purchased practice value) and expenses of a private nature for the practice owner and the family members for old-age, invalidity, survivors and health insurances, also contributions to corporate pension institutions for the reporting year are not considered.
Selected information about "Net yield":
- Dental practices, revenues, expenditure and net yield
- Medical practices, revenues, expenditure and net yield
- Medical practices, revenues, expenditure and net yield by specialized directions
- Non-medical practitioners' practices, revenues, expenditure and net yield (2000)
- Practices of psychological psychotherapists,revenue, expenditure and net yield
- Cost structure statistics - practices of psychological therapists
- Cost structure statistics - medical practitioners' and dentists' practices
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