Amidst all the busy-ness of the season, a little time spent on year-end tax planning can put you and your business in position for success. By getting your financial house in order, you can leverage your financial data for business planning and develop a 2016 plan with your tax professional to perfect processes and outline mutual obligations.
In this article published in the Washington Academy of General Dentistry winter newsletter, Jenny Smerud, CPA, and David Strom, QKA, QPA, discuss the importance of making time for your tax professional now to get your dental practice and your personal financials in the best shape possible.
Click here to view the full article, ‘Tis the Season for Tax Planning, on pages 10-11.
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Partner, Healthcare Business Advisor
Jenny Smerud, CPA
Aldrich CPAs + Advisors LLP
Jenny Smerud specializes in tax planning, consulting, and compliance services for businesses and business owners, primarily in the healthcare sector. Jenny has been practicing as a CPA since 2001 both in public accounting and in private industry. Prior to practicing in tax, Jenny worked in Assurance Services in the Healthcare Division of Ernst & Young…
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