practice value

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…

Buying a Practice FAQ

Monday, July 19th, 2010 by Greg Auerbach

— Originally published in the July 2010 issue of Dental Town Magazine. At ADS, as transition specialists, we work with all types of transitions, practices and doctors. While we have specific methodologies for practice valuation and proven practices for successfully transitioning a practice from a selling to apurchasing doctor, we understand that for most doctors…

Solving the Valuation Puzzle

Wednesday, March 9th, 2005 by ADS Transitions

Valuating a dental practice is like solving a crossword puzzle — it requires knowledge in many areas. The purpose for the valuation should be clearly identified, and it usually falls in one of two categories: An ongoing-basis type of valuation, commonly used for the purpose of division of assets for a divorce. Market-value approach, used…

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