March 13, 2017
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Top 4 Questions to Consider After Buying a Dental Practice

You are a young dentist looking and want your own practice. Here are four questions that we have found many dentists over look before pulling the trigger when buying a dental practice: 1. Is your personality compatible with that of the selling dentist? At first blush, it may seem irrelevant whether your personalities mesh. After all, you will be in charge, and they will be riding off into the sunset. What’s the issue? The issue is that your new practice will have been built around someone else’s personality. Whether they are dominant or passive, outgoing or introverted, both your patients and your employees will be accustomed to working with that type. If your patients are comfortable being told firmly what they need to do, they may not like being presented with a range of choices. And don’t forget that it’s expensive to lose patients. Not only do you waste the […]
June 17, 2016

Building Wealth without Stocks

Get rich quick schemes are everywhere you look, however, if you’re serious about building wealth you’ll need to look elsewhere. Using the stock market is obviously a great place to start, but it’s not the only way to amass a fortune to secure your future. There are several other great investment opportunities to help fund your retirement. The most popular venture outside the market is real estate. This is one of those areas you need to be careful though. Everyone and their brother have written a book and want to sell it to you on how to make money. There are a lot of pros and cons when it comes to investing in real estate. Many people jump in without fully understanding things like market timing, time management, law, or ROI. Typically they’ve read or bought something promising big returns and they end up burned. I know just as many people who have […]
March 6, 2016

5 Top Financial Must Read Books

5 Top Financial Must Read Books Building wealth isn’t rocket science, but it does take some extra effort to understand the dos and don’ts that will get you where you want to be. If you’re looking for a good place to start that edification process, then look no further than these five books. The Richest Man in Babylon by George Samuel Clausen Written in 1926, this book may often get overlooked as a top financial read with some of today’s heavy hitters. However, it’s a book I recommend hands down to everyone that is seeking to gain financial wisdom. It is plain and simple advice set up as common sense stories that will not only enlighten you but keep you entertained as well. It’s just a really good book for those that don’t like to read self-help types of literature that tell you to do A, B, and C to […]