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  • What to Think About Prior to Retirement

    September 23, 2016

    When we sit down with a practitioner who is in the process of thinking about (or starting to think about) retirement planning – we begin by evaluating their entire Net worth composition. This includes after-tax savings, qualified savings, various real estate holdings, aggregate debt and then their Practice. Upon initial review, we typically can get […]


  • Working With a Dental CPA Can Help You Save Taxes

    September 21, 2016

    By Carolyn Carpenter, CPA As the end of the year approaches, it is a good time to think of tax planning moves that will lower your tax bill for this year and possibly the next. Factors that compound this challenge include turbulence in the stock market, overall economic uncertainty, and any tax-related impact in the […]


  • Insurance Needs Change as Dentistry Changes

    September 14, 2016

    By Steve Hickey, Hickey & Associates Over the past twenty five years, the practice of dentistry has significantly changed. New equipment, new procedures, new laws, and third party payers have made the current practice of dentistry in many ways more rewarding and more complicated. As times change so do the way a dentist must run […]


  • Critical Steps Every Dental Office Must Take To Avoid Regulatory Compliance Headaches

    September 9, 2016


    By Pamela Dembski Hart BS MTASCP CHSP, Healthcare Accreditation Resources LLC Here is a snapshot of what each practice must obtain and retain according to federal and or state regulations. The practice must have a system to check on staff license renewals, certificates and facility permits. Verify they are current and posted in a place […]


  • Sometimes DIY is not the best option

    August 31, 2016

    by Carmella Beroth, Debt Management Inc. DIY projects can sometimes save you time and money, and heck who wouldn’t like to create something useful and pretty?  In the case of a tire planter or maybe a sign made from a used pallet, I would say “go for it!”  What do you have to lose? When […]