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Guide to Medical Professional Corporations

Expert advice on incorporation for physicians, from early career to retirement

An essential resource for physicians, our downloadable guides offer a comprehensive overview of the challenges and opportunities of owning a medical professional corporation in Canada. Developed by MD’s in-house incorporation team, each guide provides a focused look at how incorporation affects your financial plan at different stages of your medical career.

Financial planning strategies for incorporated physicians
Optimizing your finances as an incorporated physicianGet Started
Many physicians incorporate because they want to pay less tax. As an incorporated physician, you can cut the taxes you’re paying on your practice income by as much as 75%, on up to $500,000.
How does medical practice incorporation work?
Introduction to Medical Professional IncorporationGet Started
Many businesses incorporate to take advantage of certain benefits, but there’s more to think about when incorporating a medical practice.
Estate planning for incorporated physicians
Estate planning for incorporated physiciansGet Started
If you are an incorporated physician (or a retired one with a holding company), estate planning is more complex than for other physicians. Without the right strategies in place, your estate could end up paying much more tax than necessary, leaving less for your beneficiaries.
Guide to retiring as an incorporated physician
Retiring as an incorporated physicianGet Started
As a physician, you’ve invested immeasurable time and hard work in your career. But the rewarding retirement you’re dreaming about won’t just fall into your lap — it takes planning to make it happen.
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You can rely on MD’s incorporation expertise

There is a lot to consider when deciding whether to incorporate or not. An MD Advisor will guide you through the planning stage, and then make your corporate account an integral part of your comprehensive financial plan. We’re here to help you.