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May / Jun 2005: Retirement Planning
The shrewd physician begins planning for retirement at the time he or she enters the profession. Sponsoring a retirement program in a medical practice not only gives physicians a tax-efficient vehicle for saving, it provides a valued fringe benefit to staff members that helps attract and retain the best employees. There are several types of tax-qualified retirement plans that physicians can set up.
This edition of Doctor’s Digest explains how they work and helps physicians determine which type of plan is best for their individual circumstances. This book also covers investment considerations, rollover IRAs and practice succession.
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