Big Tax Changes for Divorce Decrees after 2018

Welcome to 2019 and a delayed provision of the tax reform, also known as the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA). For divorce agreements entered into after December 31, 2018, or pre-existing… Continue On +

Don’t Be a Victim of Cybercrooks

Article Highlights: Well, here it is: 2019. The holiday season is over, and the season for preparing tax returns is about to begin. But unfortunately, it is also the season for scammers… Continue On +

New Year Plan of Action

The start of a New Year brings an opportunity to make your dental practice and team even stronger.  As you consider what you would like to accomplish this year, remember you need… 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 +

2019 Standard Mileage Rates Announced

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) computes standard mileage rates for business, medical and moving each year, based on a number of factors, to determine the standard mileage rates for the following year.… Continue On +

Last-Minute Tax Strategies

Just a reminder that the last day you may make a tax-deductible purchase, pay a tax-deductible expense, take advantage of tax credits, or make tax-deductible chari-table contributions for 2018 is Dec. 31.… 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 +

Team Meetings Where You Make Ideas Happen

How effective are your team meetings? You may feel like Dave Barry who once said, “If you had to identify, in one word, the reason why the human race has not achieved,… Continue On +