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Tips For Going Into Business With Friends
Tips For Going Into Business With Friends
We've all heard the old adage, “don’t mix friendship and business” and that’s generally good advice.
Are You Leaving Money on the Exam Table?
Would you be surprised to learn that physicians regularly walk away from 30% or more of their income? Different groups of physicians leave money on the table for different reasons.
Charitable Donations: The Picture Matters
The type of picture that charities use to encourage people to donate makes a big difference.
Have You Met a Poor Doctor?
I haven’t. No, I have never met a poor doctor and I don’t believe I ever will. Let me explain.
My 12-Step Program for Year-End Tax Planning
Have you pushed aside tax planning in 2016? Until Trump changes our tax code, these suggestions can help you save time and money!
It’s Time to Start Planning
Next year will be here before you know it, so start planning now.
Why Build Wealth?
Some physicians think that a commitment to service and a desire to build wealth pull them in different directions. What if wealth gave you the ability to serve in a bigger way and make a bigger impact?
Is There Such a Thing as “Good Advice”?
Good advice – it’s the hardest thing in the world to find, but let’s start with this mental trick from Wharton Professor Rom Schrift. When you are facing any decision among choices, financial, or otherwise, add the option of “do nothing” to the list.
Which Gender Is More Likely to Give to Charity?
When we give to charities, money flows out from our pocket into theirs. This means more for the charities and less for us. The factors that influence this transfer of funds is important to understand as it affects our bottom line if we give.

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