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How to Apply for Unemployment (UI) for CA Optometrists (Step by Step Guide)
[Disclaimer] This article was written to the best of our knowledge with the latest news released from the Federal government. Some information may change/modify so we will keep the information updated to the best of our ability On March 26, 2020, To further alleviate the unemployment crisis, the senate approved a $2 Trillion stimulus package which includes an expansion…
The Optometrist’s Guide to Performing and Billing Telehealth Exams during COVID-19
In a time of crisis, where routine exams and contact lens fits are considered to be non-essential, many eye care providers are scrambling to find ways to at least keep a little bit of cash flow going for their practices. While delivery and curbside material pickup gives a slight boost, many practitioners are wondering how…
My Office is Closed; I am Out of Work, What Do I Do?
[Disclaimer] This article was written to the best of our knowledge with the latest news released from the Federal government. Some information may change/modify so we will keep the information updated to the best of our ability On March 17, 2020, the CDC and subsequently the AOA has urged all non-essential eye care providers to…
How does the “Families First Coronavirus Response Act” affect me?
In the past week, small businesses across America are feeling the financial impact from coronavirus restrictions that placed millions of people at home – avoiding non-essential activities, even visits to their eye doctors. As optometrists, we are in one of the highest risk categories for transmission and contraction of the virus. We are also responsible…
COVID-19 Has Closed My Practice, What Should I Do?
We are experiencing uncharted territory as the coronavirus pandemic continues to ravage the economy, health and mental stability of the American population. As of March 23, 2020, multiple states have issued “Shelter in Place” acts which limit business operations to essential businesses only. The big concern that arises for practice owners from extended closures/minimum operation…
The Staff Productivity Primer, Pt. 1 – Leading Through Intrinsic Discipline
Every weekend my good friend Jon and I run the Baylands Nature Preserve Loop in Palo Alto, CA. Some weekends are tough – we push hard through exhaustion and nausea just to finish; while other weekends are easy and we joyfully relish in breaking a PR. Some weekends require one of us to push the…
Success Profile: Starting a Frame Line Business with Dr. Kaleb Abbott OD
When we hear the word “entrepreneur” in the field of optometry, many equate this to owning a private practice, starting a practice cold, creating some sort of web-based business or dabbling in real estate. Sometimes, we come across other optometrists that start a side hustle in addition to practice ownership. But every once in a…
10 End-of-the-Year Tax-Saving Tips for Optometrists
Remember, tax planning occurs before 12/31, not during tax season Read below for some very important tax savings tips that my accountant recommends exclusively for Optometrists/health care professionals. (1) Delay billing for work done late in the year so that payment will be received in the following year (as long as you do not jeopardize…
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