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How to Track Expenses for Your Therapy Practice

7 Reasons to Hire an Accountant for Your Therapy Practice

How to Choose a Healthcare Plan for Your Therapy Practice

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How to Choose a Business Credit Card for Your Therapy Practice

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How to Choose Accounting Software for Your Therapy Practice

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4 Types of Business Loans for Therapists

What's the Difference Between an Accountant and Bookkeeper?

What Does a Bookkeeper Actually Do?

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Can Therapists Write Off Pro Bono Work?

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Tax Season Checklist for Sole Proprietors

Internal Revenue Service (IRS)

7 Ways Your Therapy Practice Can Avoid an IRS Audit

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What to Do if You Miss a Quarterly Tax Deadline for Your Therapy Practice

5 Differences Between Personal and Business Tax Returns for Therapists

The Complete List of Tax Deductions for Therapists

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How Much Does it Cost to Start a Therapy Practice?

How to Choose a Business Entity for Your Therapy Practice

The Benefits and Challenges of Solo and Group Private Practice

What's an EIN and Do I Need One for My Private Practice?

The Path to Becoming an Entrepreneurial Therapist with Dr. Marie Fang

Being a Therapist During the COVID-19 Pandemic

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How to Build a Profitable Therapy Practice

What Therapists Need to Know About SEO

Here is One Way to Get Referrals for Your Therapy Practice

How to Hire Independent Contractors for Your Therapy Business

How to Embrace an Abundance Mindset as a Therapist

How to Apply for Out-of-State Licensure as a Therapist

Heard Raises $10M to Help Therapists Be Financially Independent

Transparent plans for your practice

  • Talk to an accountant who knows your practice
  • Track your practice's financial health
  • Get your federal and state income taxes done right
  • Tax-deductible and pays for itself within months
  • Quarterly and yearly reviews with a CPA
Solo Practice
Group Practice

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9

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BILLED MONTHLY
BILLED ANNUALLY
That’s
$447
$747
in annual savings
*Up to 10 therapists

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