Why is Physician Tax Advice SO Broken?Jan 18, 2023
The tax code is so complicated that even doctors–some of the smartest people on the planet–struggle to make sense of it all. And the one person who is supposed to help, your tax preparer, doesn’t seem to care. Join Ben and Nate as they break down the three “tax things” most physicians want and discuss why the average tax preparer won’t give you the one thing you really need: a solid strategy to actually reduce your tax bill
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IN THIS EPISODE
- [2:27] How can physicians be more comfortable with their taxes?
- [5:41] Why aren’t doctors treated fairly with the tax code?
- [6:49] How can this be less complicated, and how can physicians feel good about their actions?
- [8:51] What is tax preparation?
- [10:33] How much tax am I going to owe, and how to avoid a tax penalty?
- [13:05] Why is your CPA or tax preparer not doing tax strategy?
- [19:17] Who should you work with to create a tax strategy?
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