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Section 179: Why dentists need to act NOW [VIDEO]

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Section 179's impact on dental practices is huge.  Designed to offer tax relief to small businesses and encourage economic growth, the legislation allows dentists to make money-saving deductions on important purchases for their practice. Nevertheless, that could all change very soon.

To learn more about Section 179, DPR talked to Mike Unthank of Unthank Design Group about how the deduction benefits dentists, its uncertain future in an erratic political climate, and why dentists need to act now, before it's too late.
 

Want more information? Download this free e-book: Dentist's Guide to Small Business Tax Deductions 2013

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