Article Date:
December 2015


Word Count:
262

 

 

Q&A: Home-Office Deduction for Orthodontist


Question

 

My client purchased a subscription to your service. Because of him, you have me as a member too.

 

Bob, my client, wants to claim a home-office deduction. He is an orthodontist. His employees and contractors do the billing and accounting for his practice.

 

Bob and his wife (who is an employee) do payroll once a month in the home office.

 

Bob’s primary use of the home office is preparing treatment plans for his patients. My concern is whether the preparation of treatment plans is an administrative or management activity. Can you give us your opinion? ... Log in to view full article.

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