How Physicians are Affected by Trump Tax Plan, and how they can Take Advantage of new Laws

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Healthcare Matters Interviews Tax Experts on How the New Trump Tax Plan Affects Physicians — Both Independent and Hospital-Employed.

What matters now is how you and your business are structured.

For physicians confused by how the Trump Tax Plan treats their profession, this episode of Healthcare Matters is a must see!

Healthcare Matters announced today that its video interview of two tax experts on how the new tax law will affect the physician community is available here.

The U.S. physician workforce needs to take notice because they were deliberately carved out from some of the most-attractive benefits of the new tax law. Depending on how they structure their business, as an employee or independent contractor, physicians could shoulder tens-of-thousands of dollars in unnecessary tax liability.

In this new episode of Healthcare Matters, David Miller, a tax attorney with the Proskauer international law firm, details how the new Trump Tax Plan should motivate physicians to consider whether practicing as an employed physician, independent contractor, sole practitioner or partner in a partnership is in their financial best interest.

In a second segment, Daniel Shaviro, a professor of taxation at the New York University School of Law, explains how physicians need to consult tax advisors regarding how they should structure their practice because, “there could be huge bottom-line differences in tax liability dependent upon silly things you do to structure it one way or another.”

For this very special episode of Healthcare Matters, content is delivered in easily digestible, minute-long segments that describe how employed physicians fare under the new tax law as well as how independent physicians can best take advantage of the new loopholes. Full interviews are also available in podcast format.

“For physicians confused by how the Trump Tax Plan treats their profession, this episode of Healthcare Matters is a must see,” said Michael Matray, host of Healthcare Matters and editor of Medical Liability Monitor. “While physicians were deliberately carved out of some of the best benefits of the new tax law, there are lucrative ways to structure your practice to minimize your tax liability.”

Healthcare Matters is brought to you by Cunningham Group, the medical malpractice insurance specialists.

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