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    OHIP Billing

    how is that fair
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    November 2018 DAT Thoughts

    that is absurd!
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    What do you think about this blog?

    It's not a tax break by default, but if building a high net worth and a portfolio of assets is your main goal, then incorporating any business will do wonders - healthcare or not. If taking home a high salary and using it is your purpose, then I would rather have the pension, because you'll have to pay taxes on the money you take out of your corp either way, AFTER paying the corp tax
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    What do you think about this blog?

    True, but aren't the family doctors who are not salaried capable of incorporating their practise? So they don't get the juicy pension but they do get a tax break...each one has it's benefits but I'm sure it comes down to roughly the same post tax income
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    What do you think about this blog?

    sounds like a good gig, avg family docs are billing 300k and they keep ~70%, leaving them with a low 200 range income as well
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    What do you think about this blog?

    what's their salary?
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    Officially resigned

    keep us updated!
  8. Damn, 2 people had pHD's before starting dentistry?
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    What do you think about this blog?

    I'm not sure I understand what you mean, don't they bill for things like intermediate assessment and so on?
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    The slow decay of dentistry

    I read a statistic a while back about a certain percentage of engineering grads working in a different field than the one they studied. I think it was about 30%, I don't remember exactly
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    The slow decay of dentistry

    you studied chemical engeneering and work as a computer science engineer?
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    What do you think about this blog?

    I guess how he worded it is just weird. he says "many family doctors make just over 100k", making it seems like the majority of them are making that much.
  13. https://shawnwhatley.com/doctor-billing/ Why does he say family doctors make 100000 after overhead? seems a bit low and not worth it lol he mentions how fees are not keeping up with inflation and that you need to see 3 patients an hour just to keep up with overhead. Any practising family doctors can chime in?
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    The slow decay of dentistry

    I mean it's still cheaper than US international dental programs, especially considering the exchange rate
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