Three New Tax Mistakes Doctors Will Make in 2023
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There are three new tax changes happening for 2023. Although they may seem insignificant, the changes can have big impacts for financial security down the road. Tune in to learn what you as a physician need to know about these changes and how to adjust your IRA, 401K, and HSA accounts accordingly. These small adjustments are a necessity and could put money in your pocket.
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IN THIS EPISODE
- [1:25] What is happening with backdoor Roths or IRAs?
- [3:23] How has the limit for a 401K changed?
- [9:32] How can a physician underfund the HSA accounts?
- [11:58] What is the difference between HSA vs. FSA?
- [13:53] How do these investments create financial security?
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