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Guardian has created educational programs or materials for hundreds of medical and business groups, associations and organizations. We would be happy to speak with you about the educational talks we can provide, from live lectures to podcasts and webinars.

POSSIBLE PRESENTATION TOPICS

Topics can be presented in formats ranging from live talks and webinars to recorded webcasts and podcasts.

Take Home More of What You Earn:
Best Practices in Corporate Structure, Tax Reduction and Benefit Planning
Protect More of What You Earn:
Best Practices in Practice and Personal Asset Protection Planning
Benefit Planning:
How to Reduce Taxes and Build Wealth with Qualified, Non-Qualified, and Fringe Benefit Plans
Term vs. Cash Value Life Insurance:
Which Is Right for You?
How Captive Insurance Companies Work for Successful Medical Practices How to Tax Hedge Your Qualified Retirement Plan for Maximal Results
How Healthy is Your Portfolio?
Investing Insights for Physicians
4th Quarter Tax Saving Tips
LLCs vs. Corporations:
Which is Best for Your Business or Practice?
How Much Are You Really Paying Your Investment Advisor?

FOR PHYSICIANS: CATEGORY I CME CREDITS

While Guardian author talks can be accredited for CME by the local hospital/organization, we can also offer our CME enduring material Risk Management for the Practicing Physician to attendees. This monograph is certified nationally for 5 Category I CME hours for all specialties. In this way, MD attendees at our talks can hear a subject on business, finance, law, etc. and be able to acquire Category I CMEs through the monograph as well.

 

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