Healthcare Blog

Doing Work From Home? You May Be Missing Out on a Tax Deduction!

By: Michael J. Naegele, J.D., LL. M. At Nardone Limited, we believe that you should not shy away from taking a legitimate deduction that you are legally entitled to claim.  Thus, when a taxpayer conducts business from a home office, the taxpayer may be able to deduct costs associated with maintaining the home office.  Internal […]

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What is the Standard of Care to Avoid or Minimize Malpractice Determination?

By: Vincent J. Nardone, Esq., LL. M. In Nardone Limited’s prior newsletter, we discussed the statute of limitations on dental malpractice in Ohio, please view that article here.  We are now going to discuss the accepted standard of care that must be met in providing dental care in Ohio to avoid, or at least minimize, […]

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Associate Dentists: Independent Contractor or Employee?

By: Tanya Nardone, Esq. We want to make our dental practice clients aware that, in most instances, associate dentists do not qualify as independent contractors under federal or state law. We certainly understand that some dental practice employers benefit from treating associate dentists as independent contractors. But, the simple fact that a dental practice may […]

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Defending Unemployment Claims Using SIDES

By: Evan Manson Not only does the law require that all employers register for Unemployment Insurance (“UI”) when they meet the conditions for UI liability, but all doctors must understand that a former employee may apply for unemployment compensation with the Department of Job and Family Services (“the Department”) upon termination from the practice. Please […]

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