As an independent contractor physician, the most painful consequence of failing to properly establish yourself as a corporation is the annual overpayment of income and self-employment taxes.
As an Independent Contractor Physician, when you are at work, you are in complete control. In order to obtain that same complete control for the rest of your life, you need to first take a hard and detailed look at your finances.
We know you’ve spent countless hours in classrooms and clinical training and have finally reached the point where you’re reaping the financial rewards for all your hard work.
Congratulations! You’ve graduated from medical school and have completed your internship and residency programs. Now, you’re officially ready to reap the financial rewards of all your hard work.
How to Form a Physician Corporation: A Step-by-Step Guide