An examination of asset protection issues from current news headlines highlights the defensive measures doctors and healthcare executives must consider.
Ike Devji, JD
February 14 marks the beginning of the end for the “proposal season,” meaning that many newly-engaged couples are planning for weddings, honeymoons, and, if they’re prudent, prenuptial agreements.
One of the most powerful and predictable layers of defense every physician must implement is a complete liability insurance program.
Physician practice owners should start 2019 by managing these basic risks now.
As some experts warn of another economic downturn, the following financial issues should be part of your recession survival planning.
Medical practices replacing computers and related electronic equipment at year end must carefully manage their disposal to avoid significant liability.
The holiday party season traditionally starts next week, right after Thanksgiving. Consider what your medical practice should and should not be doing at the office party to avoid liability.
Doctors are pitched a variety of tax planning schemes at the end of each year by both salespeople and well-meaning friends and colleagues. Here is a final look at some common tax evasion landmines physicians must be aware of.
The line between sharing helpful information and “affinity fraud” is very thin when well-meaning friends and colleagues share bad information.
Here are the basics every physician must be familiar with before implementing any tax plan.