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PracticeCFO is committed to providing customized financial advice to dental practices and their owners. Below are our recent posts designed to keep you in-the-know.
What To Know About The Clean Vehicle Credit
Big changes have been made to the electric vehicle tax credit - now simply known as the "Clean Vehicle Credit."  Read on for a 1) brief review of the credit in 2023, 2) the various criteria needed to be eligible for it, and 3) new updates that can be implemented for 2024. 2023 Rundown: Effective January 01, 2023, the credit was subject […]
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Fighting the Fraud: Breaking Down the ERC Moratorium
Effective 9.14.23, the IRS has announced an immediate halt to the processing of new ERC filings. This moratorium has been put in place to help the IRS better target fraudulent ERC filings, which have risen to alarming rates since the program's inception. With a stronger focus on compliance, this moratorium is intended to 1) track down […]
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New Pass-Through Entity (PTE) Payment Programs Aim To Address SALT Limitations
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) of 2017 imposed a $10,000 limitation on the amount of state and local taxes (SALT) that taxpayers can deduct on their federal income taxes for the tax years 2018 - 2025. This has had a significant impact on taxpayers in states with high SALT burdens, such as California, […]
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Employee Retention Credit (ERC) Update: A Tangled Web
If you have filed for the Employee Retention Credit (ERC), you likely have also had some IRS notices darken your doorstep.  These notices paint a concerning picture that your ERC amendment forms (941x) are on hold until further action is taken.  Despite this bleak notice, we'd like to reassure everyone who filed with us that your ERC […]
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Why You'll Regret Last-Minute Tax Planning
With a month or two left in the year, it hits us. That dreadful tax season is nearly here. We immediately contact our CPA to find out what last-minute tax strategies and loopholes are available this year. The truth is, your CPA knows that there aren't many viable options left at this point. While certain timing-related tax strategies can be implemented late […]
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Your PracticeCFO Tour: Check Out Our Demo Video!
Welcome to your tour of PracticeCFO! We're thrilled to premiere our new client services demo, led by our very own CEO & founder, Wes Read. This video provides a thorough glimpse into what it means to be a client of ours. Why does our service model work? How do we effectively accelerate the path to financial independence? And how exactly […]
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The Rundown on Back-Door Roth Conversions
Go ahead and breathe a sigh of relief, for now. Congress isn’t showing signs of taking any further action to terminate backdoor Roth IRA conversions. That said, let’s review the basics of a Roth IRA account and why it’s worth considering:  The max annual contribution you can make into any IRA, Traditional or Roth IRA, in […]
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Can I Write Off My Car As a Business Expense?
When deducting a car, regardless of leased or owned, we (your CPA) will ask you to tell us what percentage of the vehicle was business use and what percentage was for personal use. Only the business portion is deductible, which is almost never 100%.  You should keep a log of dates, mileage, departure and arrival locations […]
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Eligible For The PSLF Waiver? Act Now!
Note: If you’ve never worked for the government or a non-profit, the following is not applicable. Through October 31st of this year, 2022, you may be eligible to have your student loans forgiven if you previously worked for the government (including the military) or a non-profit organization and were not able to qualify your student loan […]
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How Can I Reduce My Tax Liability?
Tax reduction is the result of comprehensive planning. All too often, doctors will make a financial decision primarily for the purpose of reducing taxes. But the tax tail should never wag the dog. For example, taking 100% section 179 deductions in the year of purchasing new equipment. This will, undoubtedly reduce your tax bill for the […]
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