Are you launching your own dental practice? Perhaps you have decided on its location and the equipment you will need to buy or lease. You’re...Read more.
Section 179 of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code allows a taxpayer to deduct the full purchase price of qualifying equipment and/or software...Read more.
Cost segregation may not be the first thing dental practice owners think about when it comes to running a profitable, cost-efficient business....Read more.
It would seem logical that a dental practice would be owned by….well, a dentist, right? That line of thinking – in some states – has become a...Read more.
Maintaining a healthy revenue stream is essential to running a profitable medical practice. You obviously want to get paid in a timely fashion...Read more.
Even with the best of intentions, planning for long-term financial success can often take a backseat to running your dental practice. It’s...Read more.
If your dental practice is like most, every day is a nonstop blur of activity. Patients come in, and patients go out; physicians, hygienists, and...Read more.
The new tax law brings major changes to both high-earning individuals and all small businesses. As a dentist who probably falls into both of these...Read more.