News Category: Dental

June 1, 2018

WEBINAR: Tax Reform & Planning Opportunities for Physicians, Dentists, and their Practices

In this free webcast, you’ll learn about the potential planning opportunities available to you and your medical or dental practice, and how the changes could impact your tax liability for 2018. We’ll review changes to tax rates, exemptions, credits, Section 179, the new 20% deduction for qualified business income (also referred to as the “pass-through deduction”), and new considerations for your business entity…

Jones & Roth Dental CPAs & Advisors
October 23, 2017

How can a Dental CPA help your practice?

What is the advantage in working with a Dental CPA compared to a traditional, general CPA?  A Dental CPA has specific industry knowledge that can help you manage your practice efficiently so that you have more time to focus on your dentistry and more profitability to reach your goals…

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October 23, 2017

Make Your Practice Shine with a Standardized Dental Chart of Accounts

CPAs and Accountants have a love/hate relationship with QuickBooks and other small business accounting applications. We love how it provides a fully featured, affordable bookkeeping solution. We hate what happens when it isn’t used properly…

October 23, 2017

Should you Add an Associate to Your Dental Practice?

Adding an associate to your practice is a big decision. If it’s successful it can bring huge benefits to the practice, but if it’s not successful it can add stress and potentially damage the practice. Along with added pressure there is a potential for decline in your income if things don’t go well…

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…