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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 great basic tenet of insurance is to plan for the small possibility of a large loss. Here are some of my other insurance tips for doctors.

Physicians have a great opportunity to bargain shop for high quality malpractice insurance. But they must remember their priorities, and above all, buy quality.

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.

As physicians, we take the Hippocratic Oath to swear that we uphold specific ethical standards. Don't you want a financial adviser who has done the same?

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

Over the years, I have seen many physicians make mistakes when planning for their children's education costs. Here are three of the most common.

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  • Changing tax laws and other financial issues are a lot for a physician and his office to keep up with. So what can you do to ensure you follow all the necessary guidelines to protect yourself and your practice? You can ask for some help.

  • Podcast

    Michael Williams, managing partner of Weitz & Williams CPAs and member of the National CPA Healthcare Advisors Association, discusses some of the changes to this year's tax code that could affect physicians.

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