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Posted 8/27/2015 by wmjankowski in CEODentist - Elevate Yourself!   |  Comments: 0  |   Views: 72
Never Squander a Relationship With Your Client
At the start of the greatest economic downturn since the Great Depression (2007), CEODentist presented a series of workshops, articles and training sessions based on the book, "Acres of Diamonds" and the principles of creating "Raving Fans" and "Patients for Life". As a result, practices not only...Read More
Posted 5/27/2015 by Reese Harper CFP in Aquire Advisors   |  Comments: 0  |   Views: 206
7 Big Mistakes Dentists Make That Delay Retirement
Dentists are entrepreneurs, whether they like it or not. As a fellow entrepreneur, I understand some of the pain you’re going through. While I’m not working in someone’s mouth, I’m equally as busy working through someone’s financial affairs. With entrepreneurship...Read More
Posted 4/24/2015 by Reese Harper CFP in Aquire Advisors   |  Comments: 0  |   Views: 274
3 Investment Principles Dentists Can't Afford to Ignore
You plowed through some pretty toughstuff in college like human anatomy. Youexcelled in a rigorous academic environment andmastered dozens of subjects for your boardexams. Theprocess of learning challenging scientific concepts you mastered incollege should notbe abandoned when it comes to your...Read More
Posted 2/24/2015 by Dr Bill Adams in Bill Adams, DDS   |  Comments: 0  |   Views: 135
Smart Retirement Planning for Dentists: Sell Now - Retire Later
Don't Wait Until Retirement Time to Sell Your Dental Practice Deciding on the right time to put your dental practice for sale can be a daunting experience. While it may seem logical to wait until you're ready to retire, the truth is that selling your dental practice earlier can have a positive...Read More
Posted 10/28/2014 by seanepp in The Practice Buyer's Corner - Random Musings from the Buy-Side   |  Comments: 0  |   Views: 173
State of the Union 4Q14
Fellow Townies, 2014 has been a remarkably unremarkable year in many ways. A solid but resoundingly average year. Known challenges still abound - declining insurance reimbursement rates and ever increasing overhead costs. What challenges are folks not aware of and/or intentionally...Read More
Posted 6/17/2014 by Brogan Baxter in Four Quadrants Advisory   |  Comments: 0  |   Views: 2302
VIDEO: Producing More Won't Lead to Your Retirement
Here's Jason Smith's latest post for the Four Quadrants Advisory™ blog. One of the biggest misconceptions in dentistry is that the only way for you to achieve your financial goals is by producing more. But piling on more work isn’t always the best answer – and can do more harm...Read More
Posted 5/23/2014 by Brogan Baxter in Four Quadrants Advisory   |  Comments: 0  |   Views: 2963
The Tax Implications of Starting a Dental Practice Transition
Here's Kathy Collins' latest post for the Four Quadrants Advisory™ blog. The decision to begin the process of transitioning your practice into the hands of your successor is a tough one, of course. It’s been the center of your life for years, and even if you’re totally ready to...Read More
Posted 5/16/2014 by Brogan Baxter in Four Quadrants Advisory   |  Comments: 0  |   Views: 2907
The 3 Pieces to Your Perfect Financial Plan
Here's Jason Smith's latest post for the Four Quadrants Advisory™ blog. When you graduated dental school and opened your own practice, you didn’t think it would be easy – obviously starting from scratch would be tough. But you weren’t prepared for just how tough it would...Read More
Posted 4/28/2014 by Brogan Baxter in Four Quadrants Advisory   |  Comments: 0  |   Views: 1274
What Happens to Your Practice When You Sell?
Here's my latest post for the Four Quadrants Advisory™ blog. If you do everything right, what happens to your practice immediately after you sell it and retire is up to you, for the most part. You can have a custom transition process, and ensure that everything is executed to your liking....Read More
Posted 4/21/2014 by Brogan Baxter in Four Quadrants Advisory   |  Comments: 0  |   Views: 3301
How Dentists Should – And Shouldn’t – Invest
Here's my latest post for the Four Quadrants Advisory™ blog. Last time we discussed the best ways to build a framework that allows you to invest in ways that will help you build wealth from your dental practice. But once you’ve done that, what should you actually do with the money...Read More
Posted 4/21/2014 by Brogan Baxter in Four Quadrants Advisory   |  Comments: 0  |   Views: 3095
Fee-only vs. Commission Investing: Which is Best?
Here's my latest post for the Four Quadrants Advisory™ blog. If you’re looking on advice for investing, and all you want is a few hot stock tips, you’ve come to the wrong place. What we will talk about is how to build a comprehensive investment plan that will build wealth in...Read More
Posted 4/16/2014 by Brogan Baxter in Four Quadrants Advisory   |  Comments: 0  |   Views: 3448
It’s Not Too Late to Save for Your Retirement
Here's my latest post for the Four Quadrants Advisory™ blog. It’s never truly too late to start saving for your retirement. Starting early is certainly better. A person who saves $20,000 a year for 25 years will, at the end, have $1.46 million saved. But to get that same amount in...Read More
Posted 3/31/2014 by Brogan Baxter in Four Quadrants Advisory   |  Comments: 0  |   Views: 1870
INFOGRAPHIC: 4 Symptoms of a Sick Dental Practice
Here's Jason Smith's latest post for the Four Quadrants Advisory™ blog. You run a successful practice and you're making a good income - but you know things can be better. You've tried practice management and marketing with short-lived results. You're not willing to settle with the status...Read More
Posted 3/21/2014 by Brogan Baxter in Four Quadrants Advisory   |  Comments: 0  |   Views: 2073
How Much Do You Need to Save for Your Retirement This Year?
Here's my latest postfor the Four Quadrants Advisory™blog. Common sense and logic tell us that the earlier you start saving for retirement, the better off you are. Interest compounds, so money saved at age 30 ends up worth more than what you save at 50. For example: a person who saves...Read More
Posted 3/17/2014 by Brogan Baxter in Four Quadrants Advisory   |  Comments: 0  |   Views: 3911
Reducing the Risks of a Partnership Failing: Part 2
Here's my latest postfor the Four Quadrants Advisory™blog. Last week I talked about the preparation that needs to be done before hiring an associate to make sure your partnership works out. After all, 75% of them end up failing, so it looks like dentists need some help. Once you’ve...Read More
Posted 3/14/2014 by Brogan Baxter in Four Quadrants Advisory   |  Comments: 0  |   Views: 4175
Reducing the Risks of a Partnership Failing: Part 1
Here's my latest postfor the Four Quadrants Advisory™blog. 75% of new associates hired in dentistry never become a partner. There are a lot of reasons for that, but one of the primary ones is that many practices that hire fail to devise and implement a good transition strategy. Not enough...Read More

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