Archive for March 19, 2013
With over 163,000 dental offices and 914,000 employees throughout the U.S., the need for qualified dentists seems to be on the rise. But rising dental needs means the need for more offices for dentists to perform their work in, and there are many medical construction companies that specialize in this sort of construction. Now dental construction companies might sound like a strange notion at first, after all a building is a building is a building right? No, there are many specialized details beyond the chairs and sinks that go into building a dentist’s office, and medical construction companies know thins and accommodate these needs. Exactly how a dental office construction will go will depend on what particular services the dentist is planning on offering. Different equipment will be needed depending on if the dentist is going to do cosmetic work or oral surgery, and medical construction companies know exactly how to specialize any situation. Portland dental construction companies are some of the best around for customizing a dental office to any specific needs. Big or small, how ever many chairs, some rooms set up for oral surgery, whatever then need, Oregon healthcare construction companies can fit any dentist’s needs. With 25 percent of dental patients willing to travel to get their dental needs taken care, most people are all ready not in a great mood when they get to the dentist’s office. Do not compound their moodiness with inadequate equipment and poor set up. Find medical construction companies that will give you the set up and equipment to make those cranky patients have the best time possible. More: www.emmettphair.com
Before 1913, income taxes in the United States were only imposed in times of war. After 1913, the 16th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution expressly authorized Congress to levy an income tax. The multi headed hydra of the Internal Revenue Service, or IRS, goes after tax revenue with particular zeal. And yet the IRS imposes improper penalties because they do not understand the facts or the law surrounding a case. In that case, it is possible to get tax debt relief. How can you get tax debt relief? For one thing, you can have a tax professional remove tax liens, stop IRS wage garnishments, or a combination of the two. Wage garnishments are particularly damaging. Irs garnishments are when the IRS forces your employer to deduct from your paycheck, often making you miss future earnings. That said, the IRS must send you notice in writing before garnishments. You have time to get tax debt relief and stop wage garnishments. If it is determined the penalties were imposed fairly, there are still ways you can seek tax debt relief. A popular way to seek tax debt relief is an offer in compromise, or OIC. OICs are agreements where you pay your tax debt over time, for as much as you can. In exchange, the IRS will either write down the tax debt, or even forgive the remainder. Of course, an OIC is an admission that the debt is legitimate, so think carefully before pursuing this avenue of tax debt relief. Finally, you can have tax penalty abatement if you show you made a good faith effort to pay your debt, and yet circumstances prevented you from doing so. Emergencies, theft, and other reasons may be evidence towards mitigating circumstances, so long as you can substantiate them. Whatever the causes, make sure you have an ally to seek tax debt relief with.