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Ike Devji, JD

Ike Devji, JD

Ike Devji, JD helps protect a national client base of over 3,000 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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The last 60 days of the year are a key selling window for both good and bad tax reduction schemes. Make sure you cover all your bases.

The end of the year is a time when doctors begin thinking of ways to reduce their income tax exposure. Be wary: it is also a time rife with abusive tax plans.

Physicians who buy a medical practice assume a large spectrum of risk beyond their personal medical malpractice liability.

Selling a medical practice involves vital planning issues beyond the sales transaction. Liability and risk management planning should be part of every financial plan for sellers.

There are many legal and financial issues beyond the mechanics of the sale transaction that planners must address with medical practice owners and executives.

If your practice regularly treats high profile patients, you should develop a special VIP protocol for your physicians and staff.

As freestanding surgical centers continue to proliferate, physicians should keep a close eye on patient care standards, compliance, and asset protection.

Misclassifying an employee as an independent contractor has serious ramifications for medical practices. Make sure you know the distinction.

Physicians face a wide variety of exposures beyond medical malpractice claims including both labor and tax claims for misclassified contractors.

Many doctors are working on selling their practices. Here are four common legal areas that could pose problems.

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