I operate a solo medical practice in which I see patients at different office locations around the city. I do all my administrative work in connection with these offices at my home office. I am considering incorporation as the means to give me the home-office deduction so I can eliminate commuting. I don’t need the corporate shell to protect me from malpractice or other liability exposure, as, according to my lawyer, I have more than enough insurance coverage. What do ... Log in to view full article.