SBA Loan Process – Keep a Copy of The Application But Don’t Take The Money Yet

If you are or have started the SBA loan process, the first thing, I’m sure, you have noticed is how gruesome and frustrating the application process is; assuming the website hasn’t crashed.… Continue On +

Student Loan Debt Relief

Student Loan Debt Relief The challenges of COVID-19-related shutdowns are made even worse by student loan debt.  Fortunately, there are now options in place to suspend federal student loans and freeze accrued… Continue On +

Disaster Action Plan for Your Practice

We know that with each blog post and news development you are likely overwhelmed about what to do next for your practice.  What are the best steps to take while your practice… Continue On +

Deterring Embezzlement

Imagine for a moment that a generous person placed $1,000 in cash on your desk as a gift, but with the gift came a warning: “There is a 50% chance that someone… Continue On +

When Do You Have to Pay Employees for Travel Pay?

There are multiple costs associated with meetings and continuing education involving a dental team.  First, there is the total cost for the meeting or educational event, which includes meals and travel expenses… Continue On +

Strategies for Paying Off Your Dental Student Loan Debt – The Art of Dental Finance

One of the many benefits of belonging to the Academy of Dental CPAs (ADCPA) is that the Fluence team gains insights from dental CPA firms from across the country.  Just as dentists… Continue On +

Gift Tax Treatment of Tuition Plans

Qualified tuition plans (QTPs) provide a means for family members and others to save for the future educational needs of children. Investment earnings within a QTP account are tax deferred and not… Continue On +

Electric Vehicle Credit on the Decline

Back in 2009 Congress created a tax credit for the purchase of electric vehicles as a stimulus for car companies to manufacture “green” vehicles and as an incentive for consumers to purchase… Continue On +