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S7, Episode 41 - What is the Employee Retention Credit? With Catherine Tindall, CPA of Dominion Enterprise Services
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If you're a healthcare professional and business owner, there is a special credit you can take advantage of. Changes in tax law can be difficult and frustrating so we want to make sure you have all the information needed.
Our guest Catherine Tindall, CPA, Entrepreneur, Partner at Dominion Enterprise Services and specializes in advanced tax reduction, proactively work with clients to reduce what they pay in tax while supporting their greater wealth-building and life goals.
In this episode, Catherine & Dave talk about…
- Ways that people who work in hospitals can reduce their taxes?
- What is a Tax credit?
- Tips for business owners and solopreneurs that can help them with their taxes.
- Employee retention credit
- What you can and cannot do when you hire your kids on the business?
Resources Mentioned in this Podcast:
Contact Dave for a free 30mins strategy session: (612) 284-2409
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Connect w/ Catherine Tindall
For all the show notes, and more, check out the podcast website at www.doctorfreedompodcast.com
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