Partner, Steven Leininger, CPA/PFS discusses tax rates and phase outs for 2013.
Partner, J. Haden Werhan, explains the impact of the fiscal cliff on dentists and dental team members in this online article published by Dentistry iQ. Click the link below to read the article:
Each year, Director of Research for the BAM Alliance, Larry Swedroe, takes a look back at the investing lessons the markets provided for the year. Click here to read his take on 2012:
By J. Haden Werhan, CPA/PFS as seen in Dentistry iQ, November 19, 2012
We have two people to thank for the term “fiscal cliff”: Alec Phillips, a Goldman Sachs economist, and Ben Bernanke, the Federal Reserve Board chairman. The bottom line is that if nothing is done legislatively before the big ball drops over Times Square on New Year’s Eve, we will have driven off the fiscal cliff just as Susan Sarandon and Geena Davis did in the final scene of Thelma & Louise. Fortunately, Congress is no stranger to retroactive tax legislation, so the reality is that if they hit the rewind button, Thelma & Louise could magically fly back up to solid ground, surrender to detective Hal Slocum (Harvey Keitel) and face the consequences of their actions. What a novel concept!
Tax laws often change. Certain items have minor implications; others can completely change your tax planning strategy. Changes scheduled to come in 2013 are large. The following will provide you with insight into what the new taxes mean to you and your tax planning strategy.
Come hear top industry speakers share how to make data-driven decisions in your dental practice. One of our principals, J. Haden Werhan, CPA/PFS will be speaking on Saturday morning. Click on the link below to register. Enter code SS2012 to receive a $100 discount on registration. Receive up to 10 CE units and enjoy beautiful Monterey, CA.
“Tax Planning for 2012 and Beyond” (Webinar for the Alameda-Contra Costa Medical Association) – Principal, Barry Oliver, presents information about upcoming tax law changes and their impact on doctors for 2012 and 2013.
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