Dental CPA

What dentists need to know about new tax deductions
What dentists need to know about new tax deductionsCan you take advantage of the new 20 percent deductions?
Why divorce makes selling practices so complicated
Why divorce makes selling practices so complicatedWhen going through a divorce and a practice valuation, there are a host of issues to contend with.
The dangers of evaluating a dental practice
The dangers of evaluating a dental practiceWhen it comes time to evaluate your practice, will you ask the right questions?
How to find the most buyers for your practice transition
How to find the most buyers for your practice transitionSome tips on how a savvy advisor can help you to attract the most buyers to your practice transition.
Am I too early (or too late) to implement my retirement plan?
Am I too early (or too late) to implement my retirement plan?It's time to start implementing your retirement time now, and you can start by seeking expert opinions.
3 things dentists need to know about year-end purchases
3 things dentists need to know about year-end purchasesWith year-end approaching it is time for dentists to think about making equipment and technology purchases if they want to expense (depreciate) those assets on their 2016 tax return. While the rules for depreciating equipment have changed dramatically, one thing remains constant. Equipment must be “placed into service” before any depreciation may be taken.