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A Guide to Best Practices for Veterinary Hospitals: Volume 4

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A Guide to Best Practices was created by our Veterinary Services Group with a single objective in mind: helping you run a healthy, efficient, and profitable veterinary hospital.
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6 New Tax Provisions Veterinary Hospitals Should Know

Posted 9:01 PM by
With the introduction of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 (TCJA), many veterinary hospital owners are wondering how the new law will impact the industry and how their hospitals can prepare. The following is a summary of key provisions in the new law and the implications for veterinary hospital businesses and the individuals who own them.
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A Guide to Best Practices for Veterinary Hospitals: Volume 3

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A Guide to Best Practices was created by our Veterinary Services Group with a single objective in mind: helping you run a healthy, efficient and profitable veterinary hospital. Similar to Vol. 1 and Vol. 2, this latest installment includes articles that address key issues pertaining to the well-being of your practice.
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A Guide to Best Practices for Veterinary Hospitals: Volume 2

Posted 12:00 PM by
A Guide to Best Practices was created by our Veterinary Services Group with a single objective in mind: helping you run a healthy, efficient and profitable veterinary hospital. As a follow-up to our inaugural guide, the latest installment includes articles that address key issues pertaining to the well-being of your practice.
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Fiscal Cliff Averted. Now Where Do Manufacturing Companies Stand?

Posted 10:07 PM by
Congress has said that the tax side of the “Fiscal Cliff” has been averted. January 1, at the 11th hour, both the Senate and the House approved the American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012, and President Obama signed the bill into law the following day.  So where, or how, will manufacturing companies feel that relief?
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Receiving Credit for the Pursuit of Innovation: Research and Expense Credit

Posted 8:10 PM by
It is not often that one gets rewarded for current efforts and not just success. This rings especially true when applying this thought to a business owner focused on building and operating a successful company. Fortunately, the IRS has decided to go against the norm and incentivize business innovation.
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Two Words Every Manufacturer Should Know: Production Deduction

Posted 4:38 PM by
You have heard the phrase, “What you don’t know can’t hurt you.” Unfortunately, in the tax world, such is not the case. What you don’t know can hurt you and your wallet. As a small business owner in the manufacturing industry if you don’t know the term "production deduction," then it’s time to call your tax advisor or find a new one!
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Turning a Summer Job into a Future Nest Egg

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Do you have a child or grandchild with a summer job? If so, you may want to consider contributing to a Roth IRA for him or her this year.  A contribution can be made up to the child’s annual income, not to exceed $5,000 in keeping with the 2012 Roth IRA contribution maximum.
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