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Ike Devji, JD

Ike Devji, JD

Ike Devji, JD helps protect a national client base of over 4,500 clients with nearly $6 billion in personal assets, including thousands of physicians of all types. The attorney speaks and writes on wealth preservation and asset protection nationally. E-mail him here.

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Asset protection and risk management tips to help physicians stay up to date in an area where one misstep could prove costly.

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The most advantageous part of asset protection is risk management, avoiding and limiting predictable risks before they happen.

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Without asset protection, physicians face a litany of risks in both their personal and professional lives.

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Protecting your assets as a doctor often means thinking outside of the practice walls, where the things you work so hard for can be at risk.

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Physicians, make sure to avoid these 12 scams when filing your taxes this year. Six make you the victim, six make you the criminal.

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An asset protection plan can go horribly wrong for doctors if they are not well informed. Here are a few instances where this happened.

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Always make sure you are covered for various liability insurance blind spots before they become an issue.

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Here's a basic list of New Year resolutions doctors must address to ensure your assets are being protected in 2017 – both financial and otherwise.

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A recurring pattern of fraud and embezzlement peaks at the end of each year. What practices must be aware of, both internally and externally.

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Keep your office holiday party liability free by following some basic rules and being a good professional host.

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