Here today, gone tomorrow – that is what we have come to expect from our government with regard to personal tax breaks. While there are 50 tax...Read more.
Once you have established a stable dental practice with a partner or a few shareholders, your mind should turn to plans for what to do if one of...Read more.
If you are new to the world of self-employment and are considering starting a business on your own, there are some common sense, yet often times...Read more.
The concept of retirement isn’t what it used to be, and that goes for both you and your employees.Read more.
All of us have to pay our fair share of taxes, but some of us may be paying more than we need to. Not investigating ways to minimize your tax...Read more.
What is Cost Segregation?Cost segregation involves the “decomposing” of a building right down to its wiring for the purpose of maximizing...Read more.
Performing a dental practice valuation is no easy task. Whether you plan on selling your practice in the near future or simply want a fair...Read more.
A working interview is a relatively new concept that’s becoming more and more common in dental hiring practices. This interview style is exactly...Read more.
What if we told you financial statements could be your best friend? Imagine an assistant who could quickly give you insights into your dental...Read more.