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The Doctor Is in...But Where Is the Tax Advisor?
Date:2/17/2010

vestment entity structuring with the Physician's personal planning
  • Compensation, dividend, and associated distribution planning
  • Planning ahead to reduce the transitional costs associated with bringing in a first new partner
  • Using New Parent F reorganizations
  • Reviewing common mistakes made by physicians and their advisors

  • Upon completion of this program, participants will be able to:

    • Choose and adapt appropriate business and investment structures for physician endeavors
    • Understand and recognize alternative opportunities
    • Communicate effectively with physician clients and their other advisors
    • Recognize traps for the unwary with respect to tax, creditor protection, and medical law planning

    "The interplay between tax law, health law and creditor protection planning must be addressed with simple and logical solutions," says BNA Tax & Accounting senior tax analyst Harry Pskowski. "Education of and communication with clients and advisors is therefore absolutely critical."

    About the Speakers

    Alan S. Gassman, J.D., LL.M. practices law in Clearwater, Florida and has spoken and

    published extensively on physician and medical practice structure and planning. He is a

    commentator for the Leimberg Information Services (ALISI@) and Co-Chairs annual Florida

    Bar Continuing Education Conferences on Representing the Physician and Wealth

    Conservation. He has published numerous articles in BNA and other leading publications, and

    has been quoted by The Wall Street Journal, Forbes Magazine, Medical Economics, Modern Healthcare, and FloridaTrend magazine.

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    SOURCE BNA Tax & Accounting
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