New rules to business expensing and deductions are in effect as a result of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. Use this depreciation table as a guide when making large purchases for your businesses to decide whether to take a Section 179 deduction or bonus depreciation in the current year or depreciating qualified property over … Continued →
Businesses have tax incentives to make accommodations for disabilities, like the Disabled Access Credit and the Work Opportunity Tax Credit.
The unfortunate truth is that female dentists face an uphill battle when preparing for retirement. The challenge starts with the difference in earning potentials. Yes, the gender pay gap is closing but not fast enough. Women in dentistry are making an average of $120,00 per year while male dentists are making an average of $185,000 … Continued →
In our previous blog posts, we discussed the challenges that women in dentistry face when preparing for retirement. But what can female dentists do to take control of their long-term financial security? No matter where you are in your career – just out of dental school or an established professional – you can take steps … Continued →
It’s not even on the IRS’s list of top 12 tax scams. It’s not frequently talked about in conversations regarding identity theft and fraud. But W-2 fraud is a growing threat, and it affects all businesses. In the 2017 filing season, 100 employers in the first 10 weeks were affected, which put about 120,000 employees … Continued →