How optometrists can reduce taxes using these 3 CARES Act strategies
August 18, 2020
COVID-19 has certainly forced practice owners to faced some difficult headwinds in 2020. Owners must continue to not only work IN their practice but also find the additional time to work ON their practice. This is a challenge not only in knowing WHAT to work on but WHEN and HOW to accomplish those strategies.
Proactive tax planning is your best friend to ensure you’re paying the tax owed…but not leaving a tip.
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