Practice Action Plan

Just like you, we love it when a plan comes together, but not everyone knows how, or where to begin, when creating that plan.  Or perhaps a plan was created, but now… Continue On +

Take Advantage of a Home Office Reimbursement

If you have a home office and are looking for ways to maximize your tax savings maybe it’s time to look into the home office reimbursement.  This reimbursement method allows a corporation… Continue On +

Big Changes to College Savings Plans

Tax reform added some new taxpayer-advantageous changes to college savings plans. These plans are also known as qualified tuition programs (QTPs) or Sec. 529 plans, named after the part of the Internal… Continue On +

Rejoice – Business Meals Are Still Deductible

If you are a business owner who is accustomed to treating clients to sporting events, golf getaways, concerts and the like, you were no doubt saddened by the part of the tax… Continue On +

Meals and Break Periods in Oregon

Do I have to give employees meal and break periods? How can I do that in an environment where we see patients and need to be available? Why can’t I just pay… Continue On +

SALT Deduction – Battle Lines Have Been Set and Swords Have Been Drawn

Tax reform has limited the federal itemized deduction for state income and local government taxes (including property taxes), collectively referred to as the SALT deduction, to $10,000 a year. This set off… Continue On +

Reducing Staff Costs

Not only is it challenging to recruit and retain a great dental team, but it is also challenging to keep staff costs under control. Your greatest asset, your team, is also your… Continue On +

Unwelcome Surprises with Extra Treatment Costs

Let’s assume your dental patient has been properly informed about treatment and agreed in writing to estimated out-of-pocket costs. Now the patient is receiving treatment for a crown; however an additional cavity… Continue On +