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Buying a Dental Practice and Wondering if Overhead was Adjusted Properly?
There’s a great thread on dentaltown.com about why buyers should NOT pay for potential and projections. Part of the discussion revolves around normalizing cash flow, particularly the overhead of the practice. This prompted me to write a blog post to help potential buyers evaluate a...  Read More
Why You Need Certain Information for Your Due Diligence – Part II
I decided to write this blog series mainly because of the pushback we get from sellers’ advisors on some of the information we request when representing the buyer. The second items I’ll discuss are the practice management reports for production by provider by ADA code and production by...  Read More
Why You Need Certain Information for Your Due Diligence – Part I
I decided to write this blog series mainly because of the pushback we get from sellers advisors on some of the information we ask for when representing the buyer. The first item I’ll discuss are W-2s by year along with an employee roster for that year noting positions, average hours worked...  Read More
Top Ten Reasons Associateships Fail to Result in a Practice Purchase
Most dental school graduates today are burdened with substantial debt,so they begin practice as associates. While some enter General PracticeResidencies (GPRs) or the Armed Services until they complete their obligations, the outcome is the same — they enter private practice. Asassociates,...  Read More
Part V: What's Most Important To You When Looking To Purchase A Practice
This is part five and the final part of my five part blog on “What’s most important to YOU when looking to purchase a practice? In case you missed part I, there’s a great thread on ) asking this question and it got a lot of great feedback from people with different perspectives....  Read More
Strategies for transitioning when buying a new practice - Live From HR Base Camp Podcast #2
Today, Kurt joins Paul again for Live From HR Base Camp, this time to discuss strategies for having a smooth transition when taking over a new practice Transitioning Into A New Practice Click to subscribe to CEDR's Podcast   Read More
Part III: What's Most Important To You When Looking To Purchase A Practice?
This is part three of my five part blog on “What’s most important to YOU when looking to purchase a practice ? In case you missed part I, there’s a great thread on ) asking this question and it got a lot of great feedback from people with different perspectives. As a reminder, I...  Read More
Part II: What’s Most Important To You When Looking To Purchase A Practice?
This as part two of my five part blog on “What’s most important to YOU when looking to purchase a practice ? In case you missed asking this question and it got a lot of great feedback from people with different perspectives. As a reminder, I won’t be telling what SHOULD be...  Read More
What’s Most Important To You When Looking To Purchase A Practice?
My good friend and fellow townie (that’s what we call members of, the forums board) Dr. Tom Bonsack posted a great thread on dentaltown with that question, “What’s most important to YOU when looking to purchase a practice?” It got a lot of great feedback from people with...  Read More

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