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.
Ike Devji, JD
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.
Many doctors will be solicited to engage in some kind of income tax avoidance planning this fall.
If not managed correctly, the many details that physician practice owners are responsible for create significant risk. Utilize this article to help you prioritize issues you need to address now to ensure that your medical practice is ready for continued success.
Doctors have been in national news headlines for the wrong reasons. We examine their stories and the asset protection risks they present.
Physicians' legal and financial planning must properly protect their assets, businesses, and family. These basic questions about your planning will help you determine if you've done enough.
Any medical practice with multiple owners must have a funded buy-sell agreement in place to protect the partners and their families from the death or exit of a partner.
Doctors are paying more attention to building and retaining personal wealth than ever before. Understanding some core legal concepts about protecting assets and managing risks is a key part of that education.