To drill deeper into the dental industry, the Dental Accounting Association members will be travelling to Washington DC for an in-depth series of presentations and round table discussions. The 3rd Annual Dental CPA Summit will commence on May 4, 2018 and precede the AAO Annual.
Our morning speaking will be Susan Gunn. Susan is a nationally recognized speaker and author of 39 books. Her background in criminology in conjunction with expertise on embezzlement within medical practices will be the topic of discussion. Susan’s unique qualifications include being a Certified Fraud Examiner, author of many QuickBooks books, and co-authoring ADA publications on dental financial best practices.
Susan has been recognized by Dentistry Today as a Leader in Consulting every year since 2005. The American Dental Association recognized Susan as a Financial Matter Expert in 2015 and she has since been appointed as an ADA Consultant to the Council.
Our afternoon speaker will be Christian Pearson, National Director of Dental Partnerships for Treloar & Heisel.
Treloar & Heisel is the largest specialty advisor for dental specialists covering disability, professional liability, and wealth management services for over 16,000 dental specialists and has been operating since 1959. Treloar & Heisel works directly nearly every dental specialty association ranging from the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry to American Association of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgeons and many others.
Dental Accounting Association
The Dental Accounting Association is a network of CPA Firms located in North America working collectively to provide best in class tax coaching, accounting and dental practice coaching to dentists. Our primary focus is on minimizing taxes and closely followed by profit improvement coaching.
And like most dental practices, the Dental Accounting Association members are sole practitioners. And, we are not distracted with investment (retirement savings programs) and dental brokerage services like the larger dental CPA Firms.
Each member of the Dental Accounting Association is still accepting dental clients and offers fixed fee billing, so you don’t have to worry about hourly billing.