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For Doctors Only: A Guide to Working Less & Building More 3rd Edition

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ISBN-13: 978-1890415242
ISBN-10: 1890415243
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Jason O'Dell, CWM - is one of the principals of O'Dell Jarvis Mandell. Jason has experience as an entrepreneur, financial consultant and investment advisor and has been working with clients for over 15 years. Jason has conducted financial planning, asset protection and wealth management lectures in Cincinnati, Columbus, Dayton, Lexington, Louisville, Nashville and Indianapolis. Jason has been recognized by Medical Economics as; One of the Best Financial Advisers to Physicians; and has been published in a number of periodicals, including General Surgery News, American College of Emergency Physicians, and Orthopedic News. Jason graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from The Ohio State University. David Mandell, JD, MBA - is a principal of O'Dell Jarvis Mandell. David is an attorney, author, and renowned authority in the fields of risk management, asset protection and financial planning. Mr. Mandell is co-author of the book Wealth Protection: Build & Preserve Your Financial Fortress and author of Wealth Secrets: The Keys to Fortune Building and Asset Protection. David has also written The Doctor's Wealth Protection Guide and Risk Management for the Practicing Physician. His articles regularly appear in national publications, including The American Medical News, Inflight Magazine, Yachts International and JCK Circular. David graduated with honors from Harvard University. His law drgree is from the Universiyt of California Los Angeles' School of Law and he earned his MBA from the Anderson Graduate School of Management. Christopher Jarvis - is a principal of O'Dell Jarvis Mandell. He is a financial services professional who specializes in working with business owners, physicians and other professionals around the country. Chris has experience as an actuary, entrepreneur, and financial consultant. He has helped start insurance companies for Fortune 100 firms and has created financial plans for individuals across the country. Mr. Jarvis has been quoted in the Wall Street Journal and the Los Angeles Business Journal. He has co-authored financial and legal texts for doctors, business owners, real estate investors and financial planners. Chris has co-authored five books with David Mandell, incluing Wealth Protection MD: The Ultimate Financial Guide for 21st Century Physicians and Wealth Protection: Build and Preserve Your Financial Fortress. Chris has addressed over 100 groups, including the International College of Surgeons, American Association of Neurological Surgeons, the UCLA Law School and The American Medical Women's Association. Chris' articles have been featured in over 100 national publications. Chris holds an honors degree in applied mathematics from the University of Rhode Island. He earned a Master's of Business Administration from UCLA where he majored in finance and entrepreneurial studies.
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Product Details

  • Paperback: 327 pages
  • Publisher: Guardian Publishing; 3rd edition (2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1890415243
  • ISBN-13: 978-1890415242
  • Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 0.9 x 10.9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 2.2 pounds
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #322,652 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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For Doctors Only: Worthwhile Resource for You or your Advisor.

Rarely do four authors combine to create a cohesive text that readers will find accessible and useful outside of an academic text. Maybe that's why For Doctors Only, A Guide to Working Less and Building More (Guardian Publishing, Cincinnati, 2007) works so well, precisely because it is constructed as a series of 10 lessons for doctors to apply to their professional and financial life.

Why For Doctors Only? Chris Jarvis and his co-authors make the case that the needs of doctors and dentists today are unique, even among highly compensated individuals. Physicians and dentists on the whole have substantially higher incomes than typical university graduates. This grants them unique potential for significant asset accumulation during their lifetimes. On the negative side, medical professionals also have to be concerned that their assets may be at risk because of the potential for significant personal liability in medical malpractice. Doctors are typically in the highest tax brackets and are distracted by extensive regulation of their billing and other means of generating income related to medical practice. As they get gray in the temples they wonder how to sell their practices or profit from them after they retire.

Despite their stresses, medical professionals also have the potential for great reward and professional satisfaction, begging unique treatment to attain success. See a book by financial professionals and you might think it's all about making money. Returns are important of course, but the authors are not eager to hand out any pat answers (good advice these days).
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