Estate planning for incorporated physicians

December 13, 2018

If you intend to keep your corporation until the end of your life, it could add complexity to your estate plan. Without the right strategies in place, you could end up paying more tax than you need to. There are many pitfalls to avoid and opportunities to know about.

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Estate planning for incorporated physicians
Estate planning for incorporated physicians

This guide gives you an overview of estate planning and explains how you can minimize taxes at death.

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