In our newest podcast, our guest, Clint Latham, J.D., a data security expert in the veterinary space will share some thought-provoking stories. He also points out some free resources on how to mitigate your risk of cyberattack, best procedures, and how and where to start. Clint’s goal is to help veterinarians realize the value of their […]
There are only so many hours in one day. Learn how to improve your work-life balance by delegation. What to delegate and to whom and what not to delegate. Check out this article https://todaysveterinarybusiness.com/how-to-delegate-veterinary-tasks published in Today’s Veterinary Business written by Mira.
In today’s episode, we want to share some experiences from VMX. What is new in the industry? What seems to be the challenges today’s veterinary clinics are facing? Listen to the full episode here.<https://soundcloud.com/mira-johnson-886161830/challenges-in-veterinary-industry>If you prefer to read for a little bit longer, keep going. It is so cool to be back traveling. I do […]
There are multiple ways to take a payment in ezyVet, some are integrated while some are just for recording purposes. How many payment methods do I need? The first in streamlining your system is to determine how many payment methods are needed. Most practices will utilize at least 5 different types of payments; Cash, Check, […]
American Rescue Plan: Employee Can Get Paid While Obtaining a Covid-19 Vaccination The Family First Coronavirus Response Act included a mandatory requirement to offer paid sick leave. This expired as of December 31st, 2020. Employers were, in return, eligible for payroll tax credits to offset the cost associated with FFCRA. The first extension of those […]
What is the use of a W9 form and who needs to issue 1099s? Mira explains the threshold, rules and gives you some tips for collecting data from your vendors. 1099-NEC vs 1099-MISC. What is the due date and when do I need to issue one?
Veterinary Compensation Based on AVMA Census about 50% of veterinarians are paid a straight salary, roughly 10% hourly, 10% production only, and 30% mix of salary and production. That brings a lot of questions to the table. Who earns more money? Is it the veterinarian on production or the person on salary? Money put aside, […]
It’s the end of the year and many animal clinics are ramping up to do the year-end physical inventory. Do you have to? Should you? Jimmy Bell will answer questions related to year-end inventory. Tune in to our podcast<https://soundcloud.com/mira-johnson-886161830/episode-11-count-your-inventory>
Most of the veterinary hospitals already exhausted their PPP loans by now.What is the next step? If you received your PPP loan before June 5, 2020, you have a choice to use 8 weeks period to use the funds or a 24-week period. Those periods are also known as a covered period. If you have […]
How many times did you open your QuickBooks file to quickly run payroll, check bank balance or enter a bill, just to find out it’s not going to be quick(Books) after all. An error message popped with the most annoying noise: The payroll can’t be run until the update is installed. The update can’t be […]