Dental CPA

2018 Health Insurance Options: Individual or Group Plan?

Are you concerned about health insurance and what plan to choose for 2018? Are you wondering about the state of individual health insurance plans and when it might be time to move back to a group healthcare plan? If you are, then you and I are in the same boat! Yet again, as an employer, I […]

Willeford Client Bulletin December 2017

We hope you are enjoying time with your family while accomplishing the last set of goals you have for this year! As you are doing this, remember that December is also a good time to wrap up final business tasks such as: implementing revised paychecks provided during year-end meetings, if applicable. maximizing your 401(k) deferral from your paycheck by […]

4 Ways to Grow Your Confidence as a Business Leader

The up and down nature of confidence can be exemplified as a business leader because of the stressful nature of maintaining a high-ranking position. Confidence can grow with practice and effort. Here are four ways to grow confidence as a business leader. Consistency is Key Rapidly changing methods and ideas can prevent a business leader […]

Tax Reform Update

As you are probably aware, a tax reform bill has passed both the House and the Senate; however, we expect it will be at least another two weeks before we will have final legislation to rely upon for next year. The two bills have much in common with each other, yet the distinctions are important ones that […]

Combat Burnout to Increase Production

Dental CPA Combat Burnout to Increase Production Have you ever felt tired, stressed, and overwhelmed to the point where it impacts your production numbers? Burnout can happen to all dentists and their teams. Yes, this includes you. Before burnout starts to significantly impact your practice, you need to know how to recognize it and how […]

Planning for Retirement

Dental CPA Whether you have been working for 3 years or 30, it is important to have a retirement plan in place. Unfortunately, many people have never taken the time to create a realistic estimate of what kind of savings they will need to enjoy the lifestyle they want during retirement years. Here are a […]

The Costs of a Toxic Employee

Hiring is time-consuming, stressful, and sometimes costly. In some cases, this causes business owners to avoid firing an employee long after it has become clear that the person is damaging the overall work environment. Finding the right person for your office can be challenging. However, continuing to retain a toxic employee can be far more […]

Revitalize Revenues Through Increased Investment

Dental CPA | Every business experiences trends of increasing and decreasing revenues. When new business slows and income begins to dip, many business owners react by cutting back on the item in their budget they think is most expendable: marketing. The unfortunate reality is that this is almost definitely the wrong step to take. When […]