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Proposed Tax Changes and the Sale of your Practice

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It’s election season and all of the candidates have announced their plans for tax and legislative changes that they would work to pass if they were to get elected. No one knows who our next president will be, but we do know what might happen…

Thinking about hiring an associate?

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Before hiring an associate, ask yourself these questions. What is my motivation for bringing on an associate? There are typically two reasons why a dentist decides to hire an associate: growth of the practice or desire to slow down. If the…

Choosing a Transition Company

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From a very basic level, most transition companies are the same. The only big difference is if they are dual representation or unilateral representation, but that’s for another article. Transition companies list practices, find buyers, and…

Tips for Buying your First Dental Practice

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Enlist the help of a practice broker. Finding a practice to purchase on your own can be very difficult. Because the process of selling a practice has to remain completely confidential, most sellers are not going to advertise that they are selling…

Here are 5 things buyers are looking for right now

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Thinking about putting your practice up for sale? Here are five things buyers are looking for in a practice. Space Most new buyers are used to working in large dental practices with multiple providers. Typically, these practices are high…

6 Things NOT to do when Preparing to Sell your Practice

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I am often asked by dentists considering retirement what they should do to prepare to put their practice up for sale. These dentists are eager to do what they can to increase their chances of a timely and profitable sale when they are ready.…