3 key money matters for new medical practices

Alcantara, John
December 2017
Medical Economics;12/10/2017, Vol. 94 Issue 23, p22
Trade Publication
The article offers money matters for medical practices. It mentions establishment of a robust business plan for diversification of their cash flow and building investment portfolio. It discusses implementation of the qualified retirement plan that rewards employees and providing a method for the physician to save money towards their retirement on a pre-tax basis, often alleviating tax burdens. it also discusses recruitment of right employees.


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