95% dentists pay more tax than they are legally required to….You don’t have to be one of them!
Enjoy a better quality of life today and a comfortable retirement tomorrow by legally paying less tax
Dentists are on top of the list of most over-taxed Americans. They also top the list of those who voluntarily pay more tax than they are legally required to pay because their dental CPA is not doing the job.
In addition to being crushed by “Corporate Dentistry,” decreasing insurance reimbursements, outrageous PPO shenanigans, and a system bent upon squeezing the most dollars out of them every way possible, dentists pay more tax than what is legally due thanks to “their most trusted advisors,” the dental accountant and dental CPA.
Dentists are very aware that they pay huge amounts of money in taxes. They just don’t know what to do about this problem. When they ask their CPA, accountant, and adviser that how can they reduce their tax liabilities, they are either told that nothing can be done or are advised to buy life insurance policies which cost a lot of money and in the long run only make the insurance agents rich, producing uncertain and minimal tax benefits for dentists.
Paying too much tax is a condition which although morbid, can be cured by proper planning and employing tax reduction strategies which are already being used by other high net worth individuals.
The key here is proactive tax planning and careful strategizing to minimize the tax burden legally by using an efficient accounting system, continuous monitoring of practice income and expenses, and flawless implementation of IRS-approved and court-tested strategies.
You can save half of what you pay in taxes every year by using ADVANCED tax saving strategies (which your dental CPA does not know about)…IRS-approved and court-tested techniques regardless of where you practice in America
Legally reducing tax leads to an elevated bottom line, enhancement of your lifestyle, additions to your leisure time, and turbocharging your retirement savings by hitting hard on your tax over-payments.
Something your present dental CPA, accountant, and advisors are not doing for you.
Well, today is your lucky day, you can obtain your personal cure for your tax pain!
Four Signs You Need A Second Opinion about your Tax Return right now
You’re in an elite profession… but if you still find yourself not living the lifestyle of your peers, if you still struggle with debt—from school or starting/buying a practice, probably this is because you are paying too much in tax.
You love your work, but it takes ALL your time. You desperately need vacations and more family time to unwind from the stress. And even your long hours don’t give you enough to put away for a good retirement. Are over tax payments causing these problems?
Wouldn’t it be a relief if you could keep more of the money you make? Your single greatest expense is your bill from Uncle Sam.
Since research shows that 95% of dentists, overpay their taxes by 10% to 50% would you want to find out where you stand on this tax over-payment scale?
Fast, painless, easy… and GUARANTEED
The evolution of dental profession in the US has reached a critical stage with profitability falling significantly according to research by ADA. You don’t want Uncle Sam taking away more from you in tax than what is legally due.
You are smart. You are busy. You don’t want to waste time as time is the most important commodity you have got. So cut the chase and find out how much you are overpaying in taxes.
The IRS states in its Publication 1 “Your Rights as a Taxpayer” that you have “The Right to Pay No More than the Correct Amount of Tax.” Dentists do not get any brownie points by paying more tax than is legally due. Exercise this right granted by law and do not overpay tax.
|“I can’t believe I saved over $24000 on taxes my first year with you. It’s great to have someone smart and trustworthy on my side. You have made a vast improvement in the quality of my life. Thank you!” Sharon Gaylord DMD, Solomon, MD
“You understand the unique tax situations of dentists and have saved me tens of thousands of dollars in taxes over the last decade or so I have worked with you.” Angela R Schmoyer DMD. Easton, PA
“I used to worry about taxes before meeting you. Your analysis of my tax returns made it clear that I was losing so much in tax overpayments for lack of good tax strategies. I wish I had done this years ago!” Richard (Tony) Turner DMD, Gray, TN
Guaranteed Benefits of Free Tax Analysis
- You don’t pay a dime for it. The tax and financial analysis service being offered here is totally free and with no obligation to you. You risk nothing and stand to gain money that will change your life.
- You will avoid the stress of unknown. The anxiety of not knowing if you are in fact over paying in taxes and by how much will be relieved.
- You will have a better quality of life as you will have more money at your disposal. Take vacations, spend time with family and retire earlier.
- From now on you will only pay the taxes you legally owe… and not one cent more.
- You may be even able to get back some fo the money you overpaid in taxes in the past.