Our firm is committed to helping you achieve financial success within your practice. Because our skilled professionals have years of experience providing tax, accounting and payroll services to chiropractors, we understand the challenges your industry faces, such as increasing costs, healthcare reform, and decreasing reimbursements. We are also intimately familiar with your day-to-day operations, patient billing routine, third-party services (i.e., massage therapy, acupuncture, etc.), and much more. All of this combined makes our firm the right choice to support your business’ ongoing financial health.
Through careful planning, analysis and with chiropractor niche-specific experience, together we will determine your needs and then personalize a financial plan that keeps you on track to fiscal stability and long-term prosperity.
Next Generation Accounting Firms provide clients with the highest level of client service and professional support. At Leppert Group, LLC, we go beyond the numbers to partner with clients—working year round to ensure you stay on a healthy financial path. We also offer an ...
Service-based businesses require specialized accounting, tax, payroll and other financial services—and our firm delivers. Our experts have years of experience helping service-based businesses in a wide range of industries successfully manage their day-to-day “back-office” financial operations as well as creating strategic plans for long-term success.
If you have retirement on your mind, the big question is this: Are you in a financial position to do so? While nothing replaces the advice of a seasoned advisor, you can take your first step to answering this question by applying a simple 5-step calculation.
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The Department of Labor (DOL) announced a final rule that allows a much larger pool of employees to earn overtime if they work more than 40 hours per week. Specifically, the DOL raised the salary level for employees who are counted as “exempt” (or unable to earn overtime pay).