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Slash Taxes While Conserving Cash Using Donor-Advised Funds

Stock values surged in 2013, with the S&P 500 up over 30%. As it now stands, the S&P is up more than 177% from its low reached during the financial crisis in March of 2009. As a result, many doctors with personal investments in stocks have significant appreciation.

Meanwhile, upper income doctors are facing higher income and capital tax rates in 2014. In addition...

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