WE OFFER CUSTOMIZED SERVICES FOR A WIDE VARIETY OF HEALTH CARE CLIENTS.
Well-organized financial records are the foundation of a successful business. Our bookkeepers are all Certified QuickBooks professionals and are available to assist you with the day-to-day tasks associated with bookkeeping. We can assist you in the preparation of your financial statements in accordance with professional standards. We also provide comprehensive audit and assurance services.
ADKF offers both medical practice tax preparation services and year-round tax planning to minimize both your current and future tax liabilities. We are up-to-date on new tax laws and legislation and use our knowledge to identify tax-saving opportunities.
We can provide necessary guidance no matter what stage your business is in. Whether you are working to get your new business off the ground, need assistance in developing a strategic succession plan, or in need of preparation prior to the sale of your business, we are here to help. We can also consult in the tax implications of mergers and acquisitions.
We can provide objective feedback to help you develop your long-term objectives and offer specific strategies to facilitate your business’ future growth and success. Put our audit, tax, and consulting services to work keeping your practice fiscally healthy.
April 2020 Question and Answer
Question: My company has problems keeping employees, a problem that has escalated this year. What can I do? Answer: Record low unemployment has made this a job seeker’s market, but a history of problems retaining employees might suggest that you take a new look at your company’s practices. Start by comparing your salaries, benefits and […]
While the federal estate tax basic exclusion amount has risen dramatically in recent years, some states have not followed suit by raising their exemptions. Even with higher current exemptions, the future of taxes is unpredictable, so you need a strategy to deal with potential estate taxes if you own significant assets.
Congress capped off last year by passing the Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement (SECURE) Act as part of a larger spending bill. This is the biggest change in retirement saving rules in more than a decade.
When you sell appreciated assets, you pay taxes on them in the year you realize capital gains. But when you invest in a Qualified Opportunity Fund (QOF), you defer capital gains taxes and potentially receive tax-free appreciation. If you invest outside of a qualified retirement plan, you might explore how these types of funds could […]
WHAT RETIREMENT? According to a survey by The Harris Poll for TD Ameritrade, most Americans age 40 and older intend to work past “retirement.” The poll found that 92% of respondents age 40-49 planned to work in retirement, while 66% of respondents in their 60s and 52% of those in their 70s said the same. […]