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Money Matters
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Don't forget the expenses

January 1, 2009

Your veterinary practice pulls in a lot of money, but it costs a lot to keep it going.

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Help! The owner won't tell me anything

January 1, 2009

How to find out about the practice's finances.

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Make goal setting a team project

December 1, 2008

Set monthly budget goals to meet and get the entire team involved.

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Good works equal good business

November 25, 2008

A new study shows consumers will pay more for brands that support a charitable cause.

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Payment agreement form

November 18, 2008

Provide clients with payment options.

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Sample script: Publicize your payment plans

November 1, 2008

The best time to talk about financial matters is during wellness visits.

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Recession depression

October 1, 2008

Bailout. Downturn. Credit freeze. Ugh. I'd rather not think about the poor economy. But as much as I hate to admit it, the ailing market matters to me, to you, and to your veterinary practices. The difficult part is figuring out why, or, in other words, what it means for your personal and professional financial stability.

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You've found your ideal rewards, now how do you ask for them?

October 1, 2008

When you've landed on the right ideas, it's time to suggest the potential perks to your boss. To be sure your manager listens to your proposal—and more importantly, accepts it—try following this seven-step plan

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Finances: Why should team members care?

September 17, 2008

This video explains why money matters, even when you're not the owner.

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