By Megan Urban, Practice Transition Advisor
Want to purchase a dental practice? Here is a basic starting To-Do List to get you going!
– Where do you want to practice and where will you and your family be happy?
– Get your last 3 years of personal tax returns together.
– Gather your debt details: student loan, credit card, mortgage, etc.
– Start to look at your current...Read More
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Mentality and mindset
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By Kevin Brady, Practice Transition Advisor
Transitioning the practice is probably one of the biggest decisions a dentist will make in their career. Deciding whether to transition the practice to a partner, associate, a new dentist, or corporate dentistry, you will need a plan and experts to help you make the right decision.
3 to 5 Years Before Retirement
Having a financial plan when you are...Read More
By Cindy Pauley, DDS, Practice Broker
Early retirement in dentistry is different than most fields. For most people working life involves a minimum of 5-7 career changes. With dentistry, we generally sign up for our entire working life. So, anything less than a lifetime can be considered early. And so our story begins…
My husband is in our office between patients massaging his aching thumb...Read More
By Corey Young, DDS, Practice Transition Advisor
“What are practices going for?” I get asked this question a lot. I like to ask the following question back. Are you buying a house to live in or a rental unit? This of course usually gets me a confused look, as the person asking me this is looking for a practice and not a property. Let me explain my analogy.
A residential house is a...Read More