News Category: Dental

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March 19, 2020

Families First Coronavirus Response Act Signed Into Law

The Families First Coronavirus Response Act, H.R. 6021, passed the House of Representatives on Monday, March 16th, passed the Senate … Read more…

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March 16, 2020

COVID-19 Update

As the COVID-19 situation continues to evolve, our priority at Jones & Roth is to ensure the health and safety … Read more…

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December 3, 2019

A 5-Year Plan to Sell Your Dental Practice

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July 11, 2019

Oregon Corporate Activity Tax and Its Effect on Dental Practices

Oregon Governor Kate Brown has signed legislation that imposes a corporate activity tax (CAT) on each person with taxable commercial … Read more…

Tax Reform and the Question that Dental Professionals Care About?
March 12, 2019

Tax Reform and the Question that Dental Professionals Care About

I have been doing a significant amount of speaking in 2018 and into 2019 around the topic of tax reform.  … Read more…

Converting Corporations and Eliminating the "BIG" Problem
March 12, 2019

Converting Corporations and Eliminating the “BIG” Problem

For years we have said that the “entity of choice” for dental practices is an S Corporation. New tax reform, … Read more…

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September 10, 2018

5 Ways Dental Practices Can Take Advantage of the 20% Pass-Thru Deduction

Tax reform, commonly referred to as the Tax Cut and Jobs Act, has many new provisions that became effective for tax years beginning January 1st, 2018. One provision in particular created a deduction up to 20% of “qualified business income” earned from pass-thru entities and sole proprietors…

December 7, 2016

Dental Practice Lifecycle: The Developing Stage

Most dentists are in the second stage of the dental practice life cycle. They’ve purchased their practice and made it through the first, tumultuous years, and are now settling into some kind of routine. This stage will continue until you start getting ready to sell your practice, which for most dentists could be anywhere from 25 to 35 years in the future…