Reasons Doctors Pay Too Much Tax - Four Diseases, One Cure by Jay Malik is written exclusively for doctors so that they can reduce their tax burden legally, while staying within the US tax law and its interpretation by the IRS and the courts. Because tax is one of the main expenses for most doctors, its reduction goes a long way towards providing financial independence for doctors and helping them achieve their...
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About the Author
Jay's average client saves nearly $13,000 in tax the first year that they work with him. This is achieved by employing advanced tax planning processes and implementing creative techniques that take advantage of the latest court case and IRS rulings.
Jay uses plain language to outline and explain these plans to his clients. His individualized recommendations have proven effective for countless doctors, many of whom indicate outright astonishment at the results.
Jay has successfully coached many doctors out of difficult financial situations, including high debt,
consequences of bad investments, divorces, and dissolution of partnerships.
Because Jay has been actively working with doctors for a long period of time, he has observed first-
hand the evolution of the medical profession over the years and understands how changes in the industry have affected doctors.
Jay thinks out of the box, and is often critical of the accounting profession which lacks creativity to serve its doctor clients. He believes that most accountants just use tax law to make money for themselves and not to save tax dollars for their doctor clients. He is quoted in CNNMoney as saying, "Whenever Congress passes a new law, they should call it an Accountant Employment Act. It increases work for accountants."
Jay is an Enrolled Agent (EA) admitted to practice before the IRS. He is an Accredited Business
Accountant (ABA), a fellow of the National Tax Practice Institute (NTPI) and a Certified Tax Coach
(CTC). Jay has decades of experience working with small businesses. He represents taxpayers before the IRS to ensure that they are treated fairly and pay their full legal obligation - but not one a cent more.