I know what you’re thinking…
“No way! My accountant knows their stuff and has YEARS of experience.”
But here’s the truth.
Most CPAs and Accountants are generalists who serve a wide range of clients in all kinds of different industries.
No matter their education, experience, or credentials… accounting is a wide industry. The CPA exam itself covers 8 sections only 1 of which is tax related.
And even that 1 tax section has to cover personal, corporate, small business, international, sales & use, imports & tariffs and much more!
That means they don’t have the time to develop the skills and expertise needed to understand the unique challenges you face as a self-employed Dentist or Dental Practice Owner.
How do I know that?
Well, because that used to be me. I used to have accounting, tax, & financial consulting clients of all sizes across all kinds of industries.
But one day, I had an epiphany…
I realized that instead of trying to be a “jack of all trades” accountant, I needed to specialize in working with a specific type of client.
With over 15 years of dental practice experience before starting our own firm, I had a unique perspective on how to make an impact for my dentists. So when I thought about who I wanted to focus on serving, I noticed that out of all the clients I’d worked with, I’d naturally produced especially good results for my Dentists…
In fact, when I had this epiphany, I’d just saved one of our dentist clients over $32,000 in federal and state income taxes every single year by designing and implementing a tax savings plan for them.
Now, I’ve dedicated my accounting firm to serving dental practice owners at every stage of the ownership cycle.
And here’s the thing…
No matter where you’re at in your career, TAXES are your single biggest expense.
The worst part is, over 90% of the dentists I talk to are overpaying Uncle Sam and their state and local governments.
The truth is, while things like creating a budget and saving for retirement are key to your financial health…
What’s the point if you’re not managing your tax bills?
When done right, tax planning is the 20% of work that creates 80% of the results.
The problem I run into each and every day is that most dentists have no idea that they can legally and ethically SLASH their income taxes by as much as 50%.
That’s why I decided to write my latest book…
How to turn your family vacations into completely legal tax-deductible business expenses with supporting audit documentation
How to shift taxable business income to tax-free personal income by renting your home to your business for company meetings
How you can pay each of your children up to $12,000 per year tax-free under the new income tax law
How to make all of your out-of-pocket medical, dental, and vision expenses tax deductible by hiring your spouse to work in your business
How to save 5 figures in Social Security and Medicare taxes every year by optimizing your business entity structure
Our eBook and newsletter is full of tips & tricks to help you continue to save tens of thousands of your hard earned dollars year after year!