What Do Dentists Look for When Buying a Dental Practice?
As a dental practice owner who has put a lot into your practice, it’s only natural that you would see your practice in a different light than a potential buyer, who is not as familiar with it. However, when making…
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…
Announcing Northeast Transitions!
After years of exemplary service in the Southeast, we are pleased to announce that we are expanding our services to include the mid-Atlantic and Northeastern states. Just like Southeast Transitions, Northeast Transitions specializes in dental practice transitions and consulting for dentists looking to…
Guide to Making an Offer
Strong offers do not necessarily mean that the buyer has offered asking price. Buyers are in a much better position to negotiate when they make an offer with the following: CV or resume that outlines prior experience and education Letters…
#1 JOB for 2015 – DENTIST – U.S. News and World Report
The U.S. workforce has myriad talents, desires and lifestyles, so there is no one best job that suits each one of us. But if we were to define a good job generally, there are some unequivocal factors. The best jobs…
Who Am I Without My Practice: Overcoming the Fear of the Unknown
We all face life changing decisions during our careers, particularly in transition periods. Those of us who have dedicated a lifetime to pursuing a profession and honing our craft, often become enmeshed in our own vocation. Our self-worth, and indeed…
Timing is Everything!
Don’t miss an opportunity to lead your transition! Way too often, we are guilty of following along our current paths, waiting on an event that forces us to change. It’s difficult to remember how much time and effort went into…
The Associate Dilemma, Part II
Associateships as a Transition Plan Most associateships never materialize into a practice sale, and often end up involving lawyers to untangle ill-advised and poorly drawn covenants.. Why? Poor planning. There is one scenario that we hear about over and over…
The Associate Dilemma, Part I
Not every practice can support an associate. Can yours? Dentists who are contemplating hiring an associate must answer these questions: Do you have a one-man dental practice? Many host doctors have grown their practice to slightly more than a one-person…
Things to Know Before You Sell Your Dental Practice
In the years leading up to retirement, many doctors slow down and allow their practice to decline. But before you slow down, consider this: A small decline of 5% may cost you 6 figures in the practice sale. Can you…
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