The Doctor’s Financial Lifecycle Part 2: Transitioning to Medical Practice – from Salaried to Self-Employed
We have years of experience advising professionals—physicians, dentists and specialists—on the very specific financial aspects of running a professional practice. Your practice is different from a traditional business, and we understand the intricacies of making it run efficiently. We can advise you on the unique rules for incorporated professionals, and the tax implications of buying property, adding associates to your practice, or making family members shareholders. From the start of your career to your retirement, work with us to keep your finances healthy.
How We Help
Get the information and advice you need to decide if this is the right move for your practice and how to take advantage of the benefits for you and your family.
Free up time and resources, reduce your chances of a bad Canada Revenue Agency audit, and explore potential tax deductions.
Review all the options that can lower your tax bill. Understand the effects of dividend planning and investment strategies.
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