An After-Hour Training Opportunity

Monday, March 22nd, 2021 by ADS Transitions

Using your practice as a Dental Assisting School The U.S. Bureau of Labor projects that employment of dental assistants will “grow 25% from 2012 to 2022.”1 You’ve probably already witnessed the growth and demand for quality-trained dental assistants. But have you ever considered how you could utilize your practice as a training facility? Depending on […]

The Win-Win Practice Transition

Monday, March 22nd, 2021 by James Ackerman

The classic definition of a dental practice transition is when a doctor sells all or part of their practice to another dentist. The seller either retires shortly after, or phases themselves out over a period of time. Other names to describe a practice transition include: buy-out, associate buy-in, partnership, or practice sale. But, the transition […]

Additional Practice Transition Tax Planning Strategies

Monday, March 22nd, 2021 by Ted Schumann II and John Looby, CPA

Hello Again, Our last article was dedicated to the basics of tax considerations in the practice transition process. As a quick refresher, the total sale price of a dental practice is typically allocated in some part to goodwill, equipment, and supplies. Each of which carries with it its own tax consequences for both the buyer […]

The Smart Money is Buying Dental Practices Now!

Wednesday, March 3rd, 2021 by Timothy G. Giroux, DDS

“Goldman Sachs raised its forecast for 2021 US gross-domestic product growth to 6.8% from 6.6%” 1 “Small Businesses Finally See Positive Outlook for Economic Recovery in 2021” 2 “The Economy Is Improving Faster Than Expected, the U.S. Budget Office Says” 3 U.S. Economy Is Expected to Reach Pre-Pandemic Peak by Mid-2021 4 We had the […]

Financing for Dental Practices Today

Wednesday, January 6th, 2021 by Doug Sellan from PMA Practice Transitions

Whether you are a first-time practice owner or someone looking to expand, relocate or add an additional location; the options for financing today have never been this extensive. When it comes to the types of financing available for the purchase of a dental practice, the most common options are conventional banks, Small Business Administration (SBA) […]

The Cost of Dental Practice Valuation

Tuesday, December 29th, 2020 by Jed Esposito, MBA, CVA

A dental practice valuation is much like a preventative checkup on your practice’s financial health. A certified broker/valuator will take an in-depth look at the health of your business and diagnose any areas that may need adjustments or improvements. Periodically paying for a quality valuation on your business will put you in the best position […]

Tax Consequences of Buying and Selling a Practice

Tuesday, December 29th, 2020 by Ted Schumann II and John Looby, CPA

One of the most difficult decisions for any Dentist is deciding when to buy, and then later in life, sell his or her practice. It may not initially sound or feel like it, but the calculation of taxes is actually one of the easier things to deal with during transitions when utilizing guidance from your […]

Expecting the Unexpected: Plans for protecting your practice

Wednesday, November 11th, 2020 by Steve and Tom Wolff

It seems that many businesses and organizations are asking members to focus on what factors may influence the long-term survivability of their organizations and to make plans and recommendations to deal with those factors. The intent is not so much about organizational goals and mission statements as much as it is about the ability to […]

Your Multimillion-Dollar Decision

Wednesday, November 11th, 2020 by Earl M. Douglas, DDS, MBA, BVAL

If you’re a dental student or new graduate, you’re going to be faced with a multimillion-dollar decision soon. Would a difference of over $12 million dollars in a 30-year career make a difference to you? If so, keep on reading. I know you’re thinking, “What kind of stupid question is that? Of course, I would […]

State of the Practice Recovery

Wednesday, November 11th, 2020 by ADS Transitions

While economic recovery is progressing in the right direction, its slower pace is a concern for everyone in the dental industry. But there does appear to be hope on the horizon. The ADA started conducting biweekly surveys in March of 2020 to get a better idea of the impact of COVID-19 on dental practices. As […]

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