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October 03, 2016
With 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.
January 20, 2016
Tax extenders! They have been in the news every year since the expiration of the Bush tax cuts and various other tax and economic stimulus packages. Without the passage of tax extenders in recent years, dentists would have had higher taxes. These temporary tax provisions expired at the end of 2014 but, as expected, new tax extender legislation has been passed.
September 08, 2015
When it comes to transition or retirement, dentists have several options.
They can sell their practices, find associates or simply throw their hands up and reduce office hours and production until they end up closing shop.
November 25, 2013