Elise M. Lacher, CPA
Elise M. Lacher, CPA, is a consultant with Strategic Veterinary Consulting in Seminole, Fla. She wrote this piece originally for CareCredit.
VETERINARY ECONOMICS - Dec 31, 2013
Sometimes just getting something done is much more important than getting it done flawlessly.
CUSTOM VETERINARY MEDIA - May 01, 2013
Moderator Dr. Fred Metzger and four other veterinary practice management experts met in early 2013 and discussed how to price and promote diagnostics for the betterment of pets nationwide.
- Sep 01, 2009
Use an online worksheet, evaluate accounts receivable, and more.
- Mar 01, 2009
The new year brings new tax issues to look at for large and small businesses. Looking back at 2008—and forward to 2009—a challenging year awaits.
I am considering getting into the telemedicine arena. Is there anything I should be aware of before I start to market in this area? (Sponsored by Intervet/Schering-Plough Animal Health)
- Dec 01, 2008
The allure of telemedicine is appealing, especially to equine practitioners. Instead of long days behind the windshield or slaving over a horse's mouth on the hottest day of the year, you can be sitting in your air conditioned office—looking at a computer screen, answering questions and solving problems.
VETERINARY ECONOMICS - Mar 01, 2008
You still may be able to lower your tax bill.
VETERINARY ECONOMICS - Jan 01, 2008
Make the most of downtime with a well-earned vacation, wellness appointments, and practice housekeeping.
VETERINARY ECONOMICS - Apr 01, 2006
Changes in horse owners' expectations clear a path for better working conditions?and may let you dedicate more time to your patients.
VETERINARY ECONOMICS - Dec 01, 2005
I do primarily small animal ambulatory work in the Midwest. I'm new to equine practice and trying to get a grasp on fees. There seems to be no rhyme or reason to the charges I've seen in our area. Help!
VETERINARY ECONOMICS - Jun 01, 2005
I will be receiving a retirement plan distribution when I change jobs. I intend to roll it over to my new employer's plan and have been told that such a rollover will avoid a 20 percent withholding tax.