taxes

Is it time to talk with your boss about compensation?
Is it time to talk with your boss about compensation?With a new tax act passed by the government, now is the time to speak with your boss about a possible raise or promotion.
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?
How an employer-sponsored retirement plan can help your dental practice transition
How an employer-sponsored retirement plan can help your dental practice transitionEducating buyers and sellers about the benefits of this approach is key.
Why a cash balance pension plan may be right for your practice
Why a cash balance pension plan may be right for your practiceThis type of plan can help you lower your taxes, increase your savings and create a happier staff.
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.
10 important points you need understand about your financial report
10 important points you need understand about your financial report10 important points you need understand about your financial report and why they are important for you.
What President Trump means for your taxes
What President Trump means for your taxesA discussion of what is to come during Trump's presidency and how taxes will be affected.
The dentist and Donald Trump
The dentist and Donald TrumpComparing Donald Trump’s tax to dental practice income and the dentist’s tax.
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.