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The Tax Implications of Starting a Dental Practice Transition

The decision to begin the process of transitioning your practice into the hands of your successor is a tough one, of course. It’s been the center of...

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The 3 Pieces to Your Perfect Financial Plan

When you graduated dental school and opened your own practice, you didn’t think it would be easy – obviously starting from scratch would be tough....

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What Happens to Your Practice When You Sell?

If you do everything right, what happens to your practice immediately after you sell it and retire is up to you, for the most part. You can have a...

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When Growing Your Dental Practice is a Bad Thing

Growth can be good or bad for a dental practice, just like for any other business. Growing simply for the sake of it is not smart. Growing at a rate...

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How Dentists Should – And Shouldn’t – Invest

Last time we discussed the best ways to build a framework that allows you to invest in ways that will help you build wealth from your dental...

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Fee-only vs. Commission Investing: Which is Best?

If you’re looking on advice for investing, and all you want is a few hot stock tips, you’ve come to the wrong place. What we will talk about is how...

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It’s Not Too Late to Save for Your Retirement

It’s never truly too late to start saving for your retirement. Starting early is certainly better. A person who saves $20,000 a year for 25 years...

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INFOGRAPHIC: 4 Symptoms of a Sick Dental Practice

You run a successful practice and you're making a good income - but you know things can be better. You've tried practice management and marketing...

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How Your Practice Can Survive a Few Slow Months

Put simply, the secret to making it through slow times as a dentist is great planning. If you have a good idea of what’s coming, and you have a plan...

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How Much Do You Need to Save for Your Retirement This Year?

Common sense and logic tell us that the earlier you start saving for retirement, the better off you are. Interest compounds, so money saved at age 30...

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Reducing the Risks of a Partnership Failing: Part 2

Last week I talked about the preparation that needs to be done before hiring an associate to make sure your partnership works out. After all, 75% of...

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Reducing the Risks of a Partnership Failing: Part 1

75% of new associates hired in dentistry never become a partner. There are a lot of reasons for that, but one of the primary ones is that many...

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