If you’re going to own a dental practice, will you have to become an expert business owner? Nope! But if you do this simple thing and focus on reviews, it can help kickstart your career and keep the patients coming through the door.
Ever gotten a letter from the IRS? It doesn’t even matter what the letter is, just seeing it in your mailbox will make your throat catch, your heart spike, and your hands shake.
That’s why you want a great CPA. Here’s how to find one.
Student loans are a giant mountain to climb as you’re coming out of school, and looking at those payments, that summit can feel way out of reach.
With an extra $140K every year, you can live that comfortable lifestyle while paying off your debt in a matter of a few years, rather than possibly a couple decades.
You care about your business more than anyone else working for you. And that’s okay! Here’s how to think about employees who don’t seem to exhibit that “ownership mindset” that so many employers seem to expect.
One of the most influential factors that lead to your success as a new owner won’t be the roadside visibility or advertising costs, but rather something, or should I say someone(s), on the inside: the existing staff members.
A two-fer! In this blog post, I give some advice to dentists who will become business owners after buying a practice. What are the habits you can cultivate to help your business stay on track?
And in the video (click through to watch), I tackle a related topic. If you’re looking at a dental practice to buy, there are plenty of numbers and hard data to look at to assess the health of the practice. But outside of the quantitative data, what about the qualitative aspects? What should you be looking at to judge whether a practice is the right one for you to buy? I’ve got three business habits that a practice should exhibit to let you know it’s worth your consideration.