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 Meetings and CE?

When meetings and continuing education are scheduled, dentists and teams sometimes forget the rules regarding compensable time.  The first rule to remember is if you require the team to attend a meeting… Continue On +

Breaking News: New Overtime Rule

After a blocked Obama-era rule which would have doubled the threshold, the five-year fight to expand overtime pay to millions of workers is over.  The Department of Labor released the final rule… Continue On +

It’s Not Just a Cleaning

Many times when dental patients call to cancel a hygiene visit, they will say, “But it’s just a cleaning.”  While you may get frustrated at patients for devaluing important preventive care, keep… Continue On +

Getting Google Reviews with Review Wizards

If you are not generating as many positive Google reviews as possible, you are at a competitive disadvantage since potential new patients rely on reviews to judge your practice. When new patients… Continue On +

Effective Leadership Styles

Dentists who are effective leaders develop leadership styles that guide the team and practice to achieve desired goals.  Since there is not one leadership style that is perfect for all situations, strong… Continue On +

Tax Issues Related to Divorce

Divorce is a traumatic event in anyone’s life, and the tax aspects are frequently overlooked, which can add to the distress. The following is an overview of many of the commonly encountered… 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 +