Recently, as I’ve been reading through some of the dental-specific websites like Dentaltown or FB groups, the usual topic of year-end practice spending for tax planning purposes are starting to pop up with mixed feedback. It’s a fairly common year-end planning strategy that many CPAs will throw out there (as a general concept), that is, … Continued →

Practice Transitions With COVID-19

Just as the US is starting to re-open from this pandemic so are dental practices across the country. Dental practices are faced with a new set of protocols along with a new set of overhead expenses known as PPE. While many practice owners are processing this new norm and implementing these new procedures in their … Continued →

COVID-19 – 06-10-20 BULLETIN RELEASE – PPP Loan – Revised Flexibility Act

Looking back at the COVID whirlwind, the original PPP loan legislation was rapidly drafted and signed into law the week of March 23, 2020, which was concurrent with many State Governor’s forcing business closures and issuing stay at home orders due to COVID. The timing of these events was a disaster to the PPP loan … Continued →

Payroll Protection Program (PPP) Loan Questions – It Depends

That’s the answer we, as CPAs, have to give many times when responding to questions on a forums board or chat groups on many types of questions, whether its income tax-related, practice transition, paying an associate, or staffing issues. It’s no different from PPP loan questions. Sure, there are some one-size-fits-all answers to questions like … Continued →