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Working dental bureau interviews: They’re authorised … aren’t they?

Posted by admin on 24th April in IRS

On a surface, a thought of bringing in a pursuit claimant for a few hours, days, or weeks in a “working interview” to exam his or her skills before we sinecure sounds ideally judicious and arrange of fantastic, doesn’t it? This is generally good if a worker agrees not to be paid, or to be paid […]

Dental bureau deductions extended underneath a American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012

Posted by admin on 31st January in IRS

By J. Haden Werhan, CPA/PFS Dentists should be wakeful that the American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012 (ATRA) extends lapsed and failing taxation breaks of poignant significance to their practices. SECTION 179 Under Section 179 of a Internal Revenue Code, a dentist might elect to concede as an expense, rather than decrease over a duration […]

Dentist Cynthia Gomez fills patients’ cavities; though also fills intelligent palsy …

Posted by admin on 18th December in IRS

Hundreds of New York children have winter coats currently since Dr. Cynthia Gomez didn’t go home. Some 85 some-more coats will be distributed tomorrow morning when Gomez throws her annual Christmas celebration for children vital with intelligent palsy. Gomez had designed to learn dentistry in her hometown, Manila, a Philippines, after her 1984 graduation from […]

Dentistry not free from medical device tax

Posted by admin on 7th December in IRS

The 2.3% taxation is an dig taxation that manufacturers and importers will compensate on a sales of certain lonesome medical inclination commencement on Jan 1, 2013. “A lot of dentists that I’ve oral to in a past 6 weeks have been really meddlesome to see how this is going to play out in terms of […]

THE ART AND SCIENCE OF TEMPING

Posted by admin on 31st October in IRS

SURVIVAL TIPS ON WORKING TEMPORARILY IN STRANGE PLACES BY VICKI L. MUNDAY, RDH Here are my 3 Ps of temping: Be prepared, positive, and professional. Last year we had 48 W-2 forms to record with a IRS, my top series to date. Over a final 20 years, we have selected to do replacement or temping […]

Former Shrewsbury dentist indicted of new $20M Medicaid fraud

Posted by admin on 26th May in IRS

A former Shrewsbury dentist was arrested Thursday on sovereign charges alleging a $20 million Medicaid rascal scheme. The detain of Gary F. Anusavice, 59, of North Kingstown, R.I., was announced by Connecticut U.S. Attorney David B. Fein, and officials of a U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, a IRS, and a New Haven multiplication […]

EDITORIAL: Smile this taxation season

Posted by admin on 7th February in IRS

Thumbs up: York County residents with singular incomes and no dental word have something to grin about in February. For a 26th year, area dentists are banding together for Doctors With a Heart, that provides those in need with giveaway dental care, including examinations, cleanings, X-rays, fillings and a rejecting of pain. Sponsored by a […]

Local dentists give behind by Halloween candy buyback program

Posted by admin on 26th October in IRS

Usually candy and dentists go together like Willie Nelson and a IRS though during slightest dual internal practices have found a approach to make it work. The dual offices – Holly Tree Dental of Hanover and Norwell Pediatric Dentistry of Norwell – will horde Halloween candy buyback programs in their particular offices. In both offices, […]

Of tiny businesses and taxes

Posted by admin on 14th August in IRS

More like this Herrera Beutler hears concerns from internal business owners Letter: Invest in improved taxation knowledge Clark County’s center category feeling squeezed Article source: http://www.columbian.com/news/2011/aug/14/of-small-businesses-and-taxes/

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