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Hiring a new optometrist can help to build the practice, but it may also bring a lot of change. It’s a big decision to make, but here is a simple step-by-step plan to make it work. If it really doesn’t work out though, the steps even include a way to back out.
Regardless of the size of your optometry practice, proper accounting records are essential. But rather than just being a series of accounts that guide you when tax deadlines fall, your monthly financial records are valuable and insightful documents.
In late 2017 Congress passed a major tax bill called the TCJA, which resulted in lower total Federal income taxes for many Americans. Most Americans pay their Federal income tax through withholding taxes taken out of your check every pay period, and at the end of the year many people find that they have overpaid and receive a nice Federal tax refund.
The law change this year will...