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  • Do Dentists Need a Minute Book?

    If you are a dentist who has incorporated a dentistry professional corporation (a “DPC”) or are thinking of doing so, this post is for you. When starting or researching your new DPC, your lawyer or accountant will likely have told you that you need a Minute Book. But what is it, and what does it do … Read more »

  • Can a Dentist Switch from Contractor to Employee?

    A question we often receive from dentists is whether or not an employee can change their designation to that of a contractor or vice versa. As an employer, you need to be familiar with the risks of doing so. And, before making any changes, you’ll want to clearly understand your current and desired w … Read more »

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  • Lifetime Capital Gains Exemption for Dentists: CNILs, ABILs and AMT…

    Thinking of selling your practice? You should – if you qualify – try to qualify for the Lifetime Capital Gains Exemption (“LCGE“). Why? Because it could save you $240k in taxes!!!! And you can multiply the LCGE if your practice is worth a lot and you set up the share structure properly. Here’s an ex … Read more »

  • Employment Law Refresher: Employees vs. Contractors

    The last few years have proven to be tumultuous for Ontario’s employers. The province has made many changes to the Employment Standards Act, 2000 (ESA) through Bill 148 and Bill 47 and all the changes brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic. We’ve also seen changes coming out of court decisions, incl … Read more »