Nothing weighs heavier on a dentist’s shoulders than the dreaded tax burden. You’ve put so much hard work into building a practice you can be proud of, only to find that you’ve got to give a huge chunk of the pie to the tax man.
What many of you don’t realize is that you’re probably paying a lot more tax than you should. It’s an easy mistake to make. After all, we’re dentists, not mathematicians. If you want to take full advantage of the benefits of business ownership, without wondering where all the money went, check out my conversation with Jay Malik, an EA who has created a system focused on helping doctors keep more of the money they make.
An EA is a credential given to a person by the IRS, meaning that Jay is legally free to practice all over the country. In fact, EA’s are the only tax professionals credentialed by the IRS. Jay’s specialty is to develop and implement proactive individualized tax and financial plans to increase the net wealth of his clients in a holistic manner without compromising their quality of life. Within their first year of working with Jay, countless doctors and dentists have legally saved up to 67% in tax.
So, how can Jay help you save on taxes? Watch my video call with him to find out!
Find out about:
- The difference between an EA and CPA
- What causes almost 95% of dentists to overpay their tax
- Tips for dentists when it comes to paying taxes
- What you can and can’t deduct as a business expense
- Why you should use a customized tax and financial plan
- Jay’s exclusive Nifty Thrifty Deal
Jay Malik is offering a one-of-a-kind Nifty Thrifty Deal that you’re not going to want to miss!
If you’re a member of our community, you can get a FREE analysis of your tax return worth $5,000!
Simply send your tax return to Jay and he will schedule two meetings with you. The first meeting is where he’ll ask you questions and try to understand the story behind the numbers. Then, he’ll work his magic and analyze those numbers.
During your second meeting with Jay, he will share what he has found, including missed opportunities for saving money that you can then go back, amend and get a tax refund on!
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