Did you know?
Dentists in California are required to report all income earned from dental services to the state.
For example, if you earned $200,000 in dental fees in 2018, you would report that income to the IRS.
If you earned more than $200 to $300,000 from dental, the report would be incomplete.
But if you earn more than that, you may have to fill out a separate form to make sure you reported all income.
That’s because dental deductions are taxed at a different rate than other income sources.
Learn more about California’s dental deductions.
Dentists working in the Bay Area also must report all dental expenses incurred by their employees.
You can read more about what you have to report on your California dental return.
Read more about dental in the state of California.