Archive for the ‘Financing’ Category

The Hidden Investment Opportunity: Dental Practice Transitions

Sunday, March 23rd, 2014 by ADS - Practice Transitions Made Perfect (TM)

While speaking with a lender who does dental transition financing, he mentioned the great rate of returns a lot of corporations get by purchasing dental practices. He said that buying the right practices, even at fair market value, would result in rates of return as high as 15-20%. That is an incredible return rate for… read more »

Breakthrough in Retirement Withdrawals

Friday, December 6th, 2013 by ADS - Practice Transitions Made Perfect (TM)

by Brian Hufford, CPA, CFP® Never has there been a time when retirees need good strategies to safeguard retirement income throughout a long retirement. The combination of increased life expectancies and near-zero income creates the need for a new retirement thought process. Currently, financial planners use a paradigm of “safe withdrawal rates” and “expected returns” for… read more »

Practice Transition Marketplace and the Current Economy

Thursday, October 2nd, 2008 by Sarah Lynch

Nationwide bankers are still willing to fund practice acquisitions, even if the pricing is high. There is no time like the present to investigate your options. If you are a new dental practice owner, you have probably been bombarded by the dismal economic news. You may be incredibly concerned about how your practice will fare… read more »

Planning to Purchase a Practice?

Friday, August 8th, 2008 by Steve Jordan

Deciding whether or not to purchase a dental practice is arguably among the most important steps that face a young dentist. The decision will have a great impact on his/her professional development, financial success, and lifestyle for many years. If you’ve decided to purchase, you should take certain steps to achieve a good outcome. Just… read more »

Boomers – Are You Thinking About Retirement?

Friday, February 1st, 2008 by ADS Transitions

Our organization has found that more dentists than ever are selling their practices and moving on to an active retirement or a new vocation. The retirees who postponed their retirement due to the stock market decline post 9/11, the baby boomers who are beginning to retire, and the dentists who are moving to new areas have… read more »