practice acquisition

How much did you really pay for your practice?
How much did you really pay for your practice?When it comes time to think about taxes and other factors, your final acquisition costs could be quite a bit different.
How to make buying practices easier
How to make buying practices easierThe process of finding and buying qualified dental practices is finally better.
Is buying a low-income practice worth the price?
Is buying a low-income practice worth the price?Buying a declining practice might seem like a cheap option, but dentists need to know the pitfalls.
Why you need an expert evaluator
Why you need an expert evaluatorDon’t settle for a gimmick — valuation is important and should be done by someone who knows what they’re doing.
How to create valuable partnerships between younger and older dentists
How to create valuable partnerships between younger and older dentistsLearning from each other’s expertise and knowledge is key.
How to transition your practice to an associate
How to transition your practice to an associateTransitioning your practice can be hard, but having someone you trust can make the whole process easier.
Startup vs. acquisition: What’s your best option for practice ownership?
Startup vs. acquisition: What’s your best option for practice ownership?Doctors considering practice ownership are often faced with the complex choice between a startup practice or an acquisition.
Transitioning a dental practice after death
Transitioning a dental practice after deathAfter a death, the transition from the seller’s side is a very emotional, disheartening and financially upsetting circumstance. The spouse of the deceased dentist was probably used to a very solid financial perspective and many times did not know what was occurring in the dental practice.
How to navigate dental practice transitions
How to navigate dental practice transitionsThere are short cut approaches to determining the price to pay for the acquisition of a dental practice. An experienced advisor may know certain rules of thumb to give a quick insight into value.