retirement

How an employer-sponsored retirement plan can help your dental practice transition
How an employer-sponsored retirement plan can help your dental practice transitionEducating buyers and sellers about the benefits of this approach is key.
Why a cash balance pension plan may be right for your practice
Why a cash balance pension plan may be right for your practiceThis type of plan can help you lower your taxes, increase your savings and create a happier staff.
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.
Am I too early (or too late) to implement my retirement plan?
Am I too early (or too late) to implement my retirement plan?It's time to start implementing your retirement time now, and you can start by seeking expert opinions.
Where is your retirement income going to come from?
Where is your retirement income going to come from?A look at how dentists from all over the country are planning for retirement, why you need to start saving early for retirement and the best ways to be prepared for your retirement.
The sooner you control overhead in your dental practice, the sooner you can retire
The sooner you control overhead in your dental practice, the sooner you can retireAs a rule of thumb, a general dental practice should spend 59% of its revenue on overhead, says Dr. Roger Levin.
6 consultants you need to engage to plan your retirement
6 consultants you need to engage to plan your retirementSome of us plan better than others. Some of us save better than others. In my years in dental practice, I knew three types of dentists.
Can the Tooth Fairy provide retirement income?According to a new analysis from Delta Dental Plans Association, if today's 6-year-olds invest the money they receive from the tooth fairy, they could have a combined total of roughly $70 billion by the time they reach 67, the traditional retirement age.
3 non-financial ways to prepare for retirementRetirement. How is your spouse/partner going to put up with you when “that” time comes? Here’s a more important question: What will you do with your time without patients, an overflowing