Women in Dentistry Series: Tips for Retirement Planning

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 →

How Businesses Can Avoid W-2 Fraud

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 →

IRS Withholding Woes: 2019 Tax Season Off to a Rocky Start

If you’re used to a big tax refund each spring, don’t make plans for this year’s refund just yet. Millions of Americans who already stated filing their taxes anticipating a refund are getting noticeably less. Some taxpayers even owe money when nothing changed in 2018. What did change in 2018 was tax withholding. And with … Continued →

How Will the Government Shutdown Affect Tax Season?

The U.S. government was partially shut down on December 22, 2017 and was recently reopened last week; a record-breaking length of time. Although most of the damage to the economy will be reversed as federal workers return to their jobs, the CBO estimated $3 billion in economic activity is permanently lost. How will this affect tax … Continued →