Oregon Pregnancy Accommodation Law

Beginning January 1, 2020, Oregon employers with at least 6 employees must provide reasonable accommodations to employees and job applicants who have limitations related to pregnancy, unless doing so would impose undue… Continue On +

Should You Interview People with Gaps in Their Employment History?

If you are eager to find a great clinical or front office team member for your dental practice, you typically want to receive resumes that show longevity and achievement.  However, in a… 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 +

When Team Members Are Not Getting Along

What do you do when members of your dental team are not getting along?  Do you run the other direction in hopes that everything will work itself out?  Typically, conflict does not… Continue On +

The Art of Dental Finance Podcast

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 +

W-4: Are employers required to have employees complete a new W-4 each year?

As an employer your responsibility regarding Form W-4 is to remind employees to fill out a new W-4 at the end of each year or before your first payroll of the year. … Continue On +

Securing Your Patients’ Credit Card Information

You are most likely aware that credit cards are moving toward secure payments using chip technology. The secure technology is known as EMV (Euro, MasterCard, Visa), and since EMV will impact your… Continue On +

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 +