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9 Reasons Doctors Stink At Investing

06/26/2014 – 3:16 PM |
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By David B. Mandell, JD, MBA and Robert G. Peelman, CFP
There are multiple layers to the question: do I really need an investment advisor? Although, there …

Doctors Are Not Good At Investing Their Money (Info-Graphic)

03/11/2014 – 10:05 AM |
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By Brad Broker
Doctors are not saving enough for retirement.
A new study shows that even though physicians have an average annual salary of almost $300,000, they …

Doctors Lose Lots of Money Every Year With This Common Tax Mistake

02/28/2014 – 7:45 PM |
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By David B. Mandell, JD, MBA and Carole F. Foos, CPA 
Are you an owner of a medical practice taxed as a flow-through entity such as an …

Transition to ICD-10 May Cost 3X More Than Predicted For Physician Practices

02/12/2014 – 3:40 PM |
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The mandated implementation of the ICD-10 code set will be dramatically more expensive for most physician practices than previously estimated, according to an updated cost study released …

Medicare’s Rollout in 1966 Much Smoother, Cheaper Than Obamacare

01/02/2014 – 8:01 PM |
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An article published today at the Health Affairs blog compares the costly and chaotic rollout the Affordable Care Act to the efficient 1966 implementation of Medicare. It …

Great Investment for Doctors: Joint Venture Pharmacies

12/12/2013 – 4:26 AM |
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By John W. Jones, Esq.
With reimbursement levels declining, health care organizations, including pharmacies and physicians, continue to look for ways to diversify their businesses.  A …