Would you agree with me if I said that business has become increasingly tough for independent chiropractor practices like yours over the past few years?
I’m sure you’ve felt the pressure…
On top of competition from corporate chiropractor chains, you have to deal with massive student loan debt that takes decades to pay off and ever-increasing confusion and complexities on how to bill third-party payers and how to appeal denied claims.
As someone who’s spent the past 4 years working with many chiropractic practices across the US, I understand the unique challenges you face while running your business.
And here’s the thing…
No matter where you’re at in your career, the biggest challenge you face to having financial success and generating lasting wealth from your business is actually TAXES.
That’s because as a self-employed chiropractor or chiropractic practice owner, federal and state income taxes are the single biggest expense you have.
And the worst part is that over 90% of the chiropractors I talk to are overpaying Uncle Sam and their state and local governments.
The truth is, while things like increasing case acceptance, creating a budget, and saving for retirement are key to your financial health…
What’s the point if you don’t manage your tax liabilities, your single biggest expense?
When done right, tax planning and reduction is the 20% of work that creates 80% of the results.
The problem that I run into all the time is that most chiropractors don’t have any idea that they can legally and ethically SLASH their income taxes by as much as 50%.
That’s why I decided to write my latest book…
Money & Tax Playbook
With 101 Tax Deductions
For Chiropractors & Chiropractic Practice Owners
And What You Can Do To Take Advantage Of Them Today!
Here's what you'll discover inside:
How to turn your family vacations into tax-deductible business expenses.
How to shift taxable business income to tax-free personal income by renting your home to your business for company meetings.
How to make all of your out-of-pocket medical, dental, and vision expenses tax deductible by hiring your spouse to work in your business.
How you can pay each of your children up to $13,850 per year tax-free under the new income tax law.
How to save 5 figures in Social Security and Medicare taxes every year by optimizing your business entity structure.
And much, much more!
I want to make sure you download your free copy of this book because it will show you 14 legal and ethical tax loopholes that could save you and your chiropractic practice tens of thousands of dollars in taxes every single year…
So just enter your name and email address, then click on the green button above, and you’ll get a pdf copy of my book in your inbox within minutes. 🙂
Andrew Amble, EA, LTC
P.S. You might be wondering, what does the EA designation behind my name stand for?
The EA stands for Enrolled Agent.
An Enrolled Agent (EA) is a federally-licensed tax practitioner who has demonstrated extensive technical expertise in the field of taxation.
EAs are authorized to advise on tax matters and prepare tax returns for individuals, partnerships, corporations, estates, trusts, and any entities with tax-reporting requirements.
Enrolled Agents are also granted unlimited practice rights by the US Department of the Treasury to represent and fight for taxpayers before the Internal Revenue Service.
In addition to taxpayer representation, Enrolled Agents often provide accounting & tax services and prepare a wide range of federal and state tax returns.
If you want to learn how to design and implement a tax reduction plan for your chiropractic practice from a federally-licensed tax expert…
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