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How was your tax bill this year? Was it smooth and easy? Or did you get a nasty surprise?
If you have ever felt the shock and awe that comes from a surprise tax bill bomb, this episode is for you.
Listen in as Ben and Nate discuss the top three reasons why young physicians, mid-career physician investors and self-employed doctors sometimes get hit with unnecessarily high taxes AND learn what you can do about it now, before another big bill comes your way.
IN THIS EPISODE
- [1:05] Why might young physician’s see a big tax bill?
- [3:35] What is a tax projection?
- [5:29] What are capital gain tax bills?
- [6:44] How do excessive gains work even in a down year?
- [8:37] What can we do about the surprise tax bill?
- [9:56] What surprises are people seeing who own their own business?
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