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March 1, 2010 Feature Dental Office

Sales Tax Harmonization reduces your bottom line?

by David Chong Yen, CFP, CA

The Harmonized Sales Tax (HST) (i.e. combining the Ontario provincial sales tax with the Federal Goods and Services Tax) is scheduled to be implemented July 3, 2010. What does it mean to a dental professional? Advertisement Operating costs The sales

March 1, 2010 Feature Dental Office

ADA President Testifies on Access to Oral Health Care

by Dental Practice Management

Washington, DC-American Dental Association President Dr. Ronald Tankersley testified today before an Institute of Medicine Committee on Oral Health Access to Services, outlining the ADA’s efforts to address ways to improve access for underserved populations. Dr. Tankersley took the IOM

March 1, 2010 Feature Dental Office

Hillsview Dental Care

by Dental Practice Management

Design a chic yet contemporary dental office that doesn’t look like a dental office within a set budget. This was the challenge posed for designing Hillsview Dental Care, on Stream d.c.p. Inc., a residential design firm. Hila and her team’s

March 1, 2010 Feature Dental OfficeGeneral Practice

Commercial Lease Renewal Do’s & Don’ts for Dental Tenants

by Dale Willerton

In leasing, dental tenants don’t get what they deserve – they get what they negotiate! Since 1993, I have been helping dentists and other commercial tenants learn the Do’s & Don’ts of Negotiating Commercial Leases and Renewals. Here are a

November 4, 2009 News Dental OfficeOral Health

36.5 Reasons to Smile

by Oral Health

The makers of LISTERINE® and REACH® TOTAL CARE introduce an exclusive, limited-edition book titled “36 ½ Reasons to Laugh: A Slice of Life.” This custom book is inspired by funny moments in everyday life – including dating mishaps, office gaffes,

May 1, 2006 Feature Dental Office

To Incorporate Or Not To Incorporate… That Is The Question!

by Joel Baker, CA

Two cornerstones of financial and tax planning strategies that tax specialists advise their professional clients about the ability to minimize taxes and the ability to income split with family members. This is generally done through incorporating a professional practice and

March 1, 2005 Feature Dental Office

Developing a successful financial system

by Debbie Castagna & Virginia Moore

Financial guidelines are the key to practice success. A rock-solid payment system can significantly impact your practice’s financial health by improving cash flow, increasing treatment acceptance, and contributing to the overall contentment of your staff. But how can you implement effective financial guidelines if you don’t know which techniques are effective?