Prescription Against Over‐Taxation for Nation’s Doctors

Posted on October 29, 2014 by Bobby Bernshausen | 0 Comments

The saying holds true that the two certain things in life are death and taxes. Luckily, doctors work hard to ward off the former, and it's time that doctors had means to prevent the latter: over-taxation. Financial expert Brandon Archibald provides the much-needed treatment that will resolve taxation woes. A Prescription for Doctors to Keep More of YOUR Money is filled with his hard-earned knowledge, custom tailored for the needs of our nation's healers.

For America's health professionals, taxation is a heavy and painful burden. Despite the best efforts of physicians and specialists nationwide, excessive taxation often seems like a chronic and widespread disease with no cure. Archibald reveals the steps to cast off financial torment by learning the basics of minimizing tax burden, how to legally keep as much of your income as possible tax-free, and much more. A Prescription for Doctors to Keep More of YOUR Money provides the knowledge needed to face next April — and all the tax days after for years to come — without fear and loathing.

Brandon Archibald is the founder of The Ivy League Advisory Group, a leading-edge financial planning and investment firm that provides financial strategies for the group’s clientele from its headquarters in the Greater Boston area. In his role as the group’s Wealth Manager, Brandon utilizes his drive, knowledge, and experience to help professionals keep more of their hard-earned revenue and ideally make the money they save work harder for them.

A Prescription for Doctors to Keep More of YOUR Money is available in softcover (ISBN   978-1-62137-605-7) from,, and This book can also be ordered from most bookstores around the United States and United Kingdom. For more information on the author or the book, please go to



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