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Avoiding a Tragic Transition

Tuesday, November 9th, 2010 by Roger Hill

A common deal-breaker for some practice transitions is a misunderstanding about determining practice value. The tragedy is that this need not occur if the issue is properly addressed. Among the most common misconceptions about practice value is what percentage of a year’s income is appropriate for determining value? It is very common to hear that…

For Sale: One Dental Practice

Tuesday, April 3rd, 2007 by Gretchen Lovelace

With a book and a little bit of free time, it is possible for a dentist to perform his or her own electrical work. The problem with this approach to a dental practice sale is that disputes and liabilities resulting from the sale may be more significant than a blown electrical fuse or a little…

Planning for the Unexpected

Monday, November 5th, 2001 by John Cahill

We live in a world of change — a world when change and the unexpected happen as often as the stock market fluctuates. Smart investors protect themselves and their families from the volatility of the stock market by planning their investments through diversification. It is equally important for dentists to plan for their families’ protection…

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