Fast Tracking to Practice Ownership

Suffocating under a $300,000 student loan, most dental graduates decide to work as associates until the student debt is gone. If you really want to pay off your loan quickly, consider becoming an owner as soon as you can. Use a short-term associateship to hone your clinical and patient communication skills and enjoy the benefits […]

Incorporating with Student Debt

There is a general impression, particularly amongst young dentists, that there is no benefit to incorporate as long as they have personal debts. There are significant benefits for a new dentist if they spend less than they earn. Here’s an illustration that shows how a new dentist can benefit from incorporating his/her practice: Dr. Young […]

A Great Tax Shelter-Soon to Disappear

Many dentists are taking advantage of a tax strategy of converting the regular dividends from their corporations into a capital gain generating huge savings. To illustrate, the capital gains tax on $200,000 of income from the corporation is about $22,500, compared to a tax of $54,400 on dividend income. A tax saving of nearly $32,000! If […]