Author Archives: Kate Willeford, Dental CPA & Advisor

About Kate Willeford, Dental CPA & Advisor

Dental CPA & Advisor serving accounting, tax, management, transition and financial planning needs of dentists since 1975.

**SECTION 179 INCREASED TO $500,000**

Were you one of the many small business owners anxiously awaiting an increase on Section 179 and other tax extenders? If so, then I have great news for you! Last night, by a vote of 76 to 16, Congress finally … Continue reading

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Sales & Use Tax; Excise Tax Update!

We have continued to stay up-to-date on the latest regulations relating to Sales and Excise Taxes and would like to share a brief summary with you so that you can stay informed and ask your vendors any questions you may … Continue reading

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Tax Deal Passed! Key Points to Know Now!

We have a tax deal waiting for signature by President Obama!  The House passed the American Taxpayer Relief Act late Tuesday evening.  In the end, the House voted very close to what we had predicted.  Here are some of the … Continue reading

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Inflation Fears Overblown?

It seems that “everyone” knows that hyper-inflation is coming. “Common sense”–and the radio–say so. The Government bail outs, etc. are going to sink us all! The printing presses are running!! (Truth: The Government printed $974 million last year, but 95% … Continue reading

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Investing: Are You Playing the Loser’s Game – And Don’t Know It?!?

Active money management fails once again! This means investors are leaving tens of billions of dollars on the table. Is this you!?! Or someone you know?   Click HERE to read Larry Swedroe’s article about the semi-annual report from the … Continue reading

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A Word About Gold

Every 15 minutes it seems that there is an ad on the radio to buy gold. That kind of continual hype should be a red flag in itself. Just like there used to be ads about easy riches in flipping … Continue reading

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Taxes: Buffet “Rule” or Buffet “Ruse”?

As expected in politics, rhetoric often flies faster than facts. The “outrage” over billionaire Warren Buffet saying he pays less tax (15%) than his secretary (30%) is a good example. Buffet knows better. As with most falsehoods, there is enough element … Continue reading

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