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179 Limits Raised

Were you one of the many small business owners anxiously awaiting an increase on Section 179 and other tax extenders? If so, then I have great news for you! Last night, by a vote of 76 to 16, Congress finally passed a bi…ll to extend many of the expired tax […]

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KPIs (Key Production Indicators) and What You Need to Know

Recently I ran across the following article in Dentistry IQ written by Roger P. Levin, DDS.  How are you recording and tracking your “big data?” – Robert T. Edwards, CPA You’ve probably heard the term “big data,” which refers to all of the electronic activity tracked by businesses today. With the […]

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Happy Thanksgiving!

During this season of gratitude, we want to take time to thank our amazing clients.  We realize that without the patronage of each and every one of you, we would not be as successful as we are today.  We look forward to continue working and growing with you in the coming […]

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“IRS” scams still running rampant. Continue your diligence!

A very helpful client notified us today of his recent interactions with the “IRS.”  He was left a voicemail by a person claiming to be an IRS agent.  Knowing that this is not a normal method of communication by the IRS, he returned the call with suspicion.  He was greeted […]

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Section 179 Limits For 2014

The first year deduction limit for equipment purchases under IRS Code Section 179 is $25,000 for 2014.  This is a substantial reduction from the $500,000 limit imposed for the year 2013.  To make matters even worse for clients planning on starting new practices this year, bonus depreciation, which allowed the […]

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Ten Common Mistakes Young Dentists Make and What They Can Do to Avoid Them

10. Trying to pay off student loans or other debt too fast. Goal should be creating savings, not “getting out of debt.” Taxes higher if no debt. Principal reduction of debt is not deductible. 9. Doing their own accounting. Spend your “free” time doing things you enjoy, not learning accounting. […]

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The deadline is Tuesday, October 15th. Please be aware: Monday, October 14th, is a USPS holiday in observance of Columbus Day!

For those of you who have already filed your 2012 tax returns, CONGRATULATIONS! For those of you who still need to get that handled, the deadline is Tuesday, October 15th. Please be aware, however, that, Monday, October 14th, is a USPS holiday in observance of Columbus Day which means there […]

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Insurance Partner

Good afternoon, In an effort to better service our clients’ needs, we have recently partnered with Eric Corcoran with ABG Services. He will serve as our in-house source “FOR ALL THINGS” Insurance related. As an extension of our firm, Eric will be able to answer any questions you may have, […]

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Affect of Gov’t Shutdown on IRS

Please be aware that if you have issues that need to be resolved with the IRS, there are significant limitations currently to receiving a prompt resolution. The IRS was already greatly delayed in processing returns and refunds due to budget cuts and layoffs and now is almost completely on furlough. […]

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The Affordable Care Act

Health Care Exchange Notification Due to Employees October 1, 2013* *New update: the Department of Labor decided, on Sept. 17th, that it will no longer impose the $100 penalty if you fail to notify your employees; however, we still recommend you share this information with your employees so that they […]

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