Rules for Home Office Deductions If you have a business and work out of your home, the IRS allows you to deduct certain expenses on your return. Here are a few key things to keep in mind: The IRS requires you to use your office (or a part of your home) for “regular and exclusive [...]
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THE BENEFITS OF TRANSITIONING TO 1099 FOR CRNAS: AN ADVISOR'S PERSPECTIVE Jeremy L. Stanley, EA, CFP®, AIF® October 19, 2023 The Benefits of Transitioning to 1099 for CRNAs: An Advisor's Perspective In the ever-evolving landscape of healthcare, Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNAs) play a vital role in patient care. As healthcare providers, CRNAs have multiple [...]
April 10, 2023 Dear Clients and Friends - The financial markets’ resilient performance during March was striking, despite pockets of uncertainty surrounding the strength of the economy—and not to mention concerns over the durability of the banking system. The ability of the market to navigate nearly two weeks of headline-related risk tested the underlying resolve [...]
ARE YOU RETIREMENT READY? Jeremy L. Stanley, EA, CFP®, AIF® January 03, 2022 Share| Over 50% of CRNAs are planning to retire in the next 10 years. How can YOU prepare today? Getting ready to retire from your career as a CRNA can be both exciting and anxiety-inducing. You’ve worked hard and are ready to [...]
BEYOND THE MASK PODCAST: What CRNAs Need to Know about the CARES Act As we continue to devote our attention to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, let’s shift our focus to the aid options available for CRNAs. On this episode of Beyond the Mask, we’ll break down the Coronavirus Aid Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act [...]
BEYOND THE MASK PODCAST: COVID-19 Has Impacted My Income - What Are My Options? How has Covid-19 impacted you as a CRNA? Are you out of work as a result? Or are you being asked to fill in as a Critical Care Nurse? Listen as Jeremy and Sharon discuss how CRNAs all across the country [...]
NBCRNA Announces Removal of the Pass/Fail Requirement from the CPC Assessment February 14, 2019 The NBCRNA recently conducted both an extensive Beta Research Study on the CPC Assessment (CPCA) involving the participation of more than 1,500 CRNAs, as well as a national benchmarking study. After careful consideration of the results and data from those studies, [...]
How a CRNA S Corporation Can Reduce Your FICA Self-Employment Taxes Jeremy L. Stanley, CFP®, AIF® | February 15, 2018 As a freelancer, you’re both a CRNA and a business owner, which means you have a lot more responsibilities. A few wrong mistakes could mean losing money or facing tax penalties. You don’t want to wind up [...]
Americans Are Saving an Average of 7.6% for Retirement. How Do CRNAs Compare? Jeremy L. Stanley, CFP®, AIF® | June 18, 2018 Share| If you Google how much you should be saving for retirement, you’ll likely find a wide range of numbers, anywhere from 5% to 20% of your gross income. But how much do Americans actually [...]
It used to be that you had to hit on someone’s wife/girlfriend or venture into obscene or racially objectionable slurs to start a bar fight; now all you have to do is walk into any anesthesia break room in the United States and say: “CPC Exam” and suddenly you're in a battle that makes the [...]