Employee Recruiting

Title: Strategies for Successful Staff Recruiting in Your Dental Practice Introduction: As a dental practitioner, one of the most crucial aspects of running a successful dental practice is having a competent and… Continue On +

Paid Leave Oregon

Paid Leave Oregon benefits start September 3, 2023. Paid Leave Oregon will be administered by the Oregon Employment Department. Employees may start applying for Oregon Paid Leave benefits starting August 14, 2023.… Continue On +

Read this if you accept cash payments and present large cases in your dental practice

Very few doctors are aware of one of the more drastic federal laws connected to receiving cash payments.  If your practice receives a cash payment of $10,000 or more from a patient,… Continue On +

Accounts Receivable Payment Categories

Fluence is currently reviewing each client’s payment categories used in the practice and will follow up with any recommendations for changes in this area including a daily Accounts Receivable checklist for your… Continue On +

Umpqua Transition

We know you have been receiving emails regarding the transition from Columbia Bank to Umpqua bank and you may have some questions.  There are some steps you will need to take by… Continue On +

Tax Implications For Businesses With Out Of State Remote Workers

Since the start of Covid in 2020, businesses have seen a sharp increase in the number of “remote” or “telecommuting” employees working from home.  This can have significant tax implications, both for… Continue On +

Paid Leave Oregon

Paid Leave Oregon will begin in 2023. Oregon payroll taxation beings January 1, 2023, and employees may start applying for benefits September 3, 2023. Paid Leave Oregon will be administered by the… Continue On +

Federal Student Loan Debt Relief Applications Can Now Be Submitted

If you qualify under President Biden’s Federal Student Debt Relief Plan you can now submit your application for student loan relief.   Please see our October 3, 2022 blog to check for eligibility. … Continue On +

Ensuring Lasting Smiles Act (ELSA)

Currently, most private health plans provide coverage for congenital anomalies and many states require insurers to provide coverage of any health services related to congenital anomalies or birth defects.  Despite this, health… Continue On +

IRS Backlog and Delays

We wanted to share an update on some reasons behind IRS delays which are impacting many of our clients. An Annual Report to Congress recently released by National Taxpayer Advocate Erin M.… Continue On +

New Metro and Multnomah County Tax Payment

What Employers Need to do Now for the New Metro and Multnomah County Taxes As you are probably aware from our previous newsletters, Portland Metro District and Multnomah County have recently passed… Continue On +

CORRECTION TO EXAMPLE 2: New Multnomah County Tax

CORRECTION TO EXAMPLE 2 – UPDATE:  The Multnomah County Preschool for All Tax for 2021 The purpose of this letter is to provide a reminder of the upcoming due date of 4/15… Continue On +