Tips and strategies for buying and selling a veterinary practice - Veterinary Economics
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Buying and Selling
Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Video: Why you need a practice valuation now

September 26, 2008

Gary Glassman, CPA, explains why you need to value your practice years before you sell.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

6 reasons to mentor associates before you sell your practice to them

September 1, 2008

"Here are the keys; see ya!" doesn't cut it as a transition plan.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Q&A: How two practices become one

September 1, 2008

I'm considering a merger with another local practice. How do I go about it?

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

6 profit-earning purchases for new and established clinics

July 1, 2008

As you build, consider making these six profit-earning purchases.

Source: DVM360 MAGAZINE

Lessons from an unsellable practice

July 1, 2008

A hard-working solo veterinarian reaches 67 years of age and wants to sell his practice and retire after 25 years of building it up. It's a no-brainer — or is it?

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Selling your practice's goodwill

June 1, 2008

How do I sell my practice's goodwill to a practice that could benefit from the potential business?

Source: PARTNERS IN PRACTICE

Buying and selling essentials (Sponsored by Intervet/Schering-Plough Animal Health)

June 1, 2008

Whether you're planning to purchase an equine practice, or sell one, you're embarking on a journey that will lead to one of the biggest milestones in your veterinary career. So where do you start? Right here, by keeping these essential tips in mind as you travel toward practice ownership or sale.

Source: VETERINARY ECONOMICS

Link to the No-Lo Practice Threat Advisory Worksheet

April 7, 2008

Do you own a low-value or no-value practice? Find out here at the AVPMCA's Web site.

Source: CUSTOM VETERINARY MEDIA

Generic drugs: The business of practicing good medicine (Sponsored by Putney)

February 1, 2008

Veterinarians and veterinary staff members strive to provide the best possible care for patients, but the amount of disposable income that an individual client has for their pet's care may not always meet the pet's medical needs. One way to help these situations without cutting corners may be to provide the same quality—but less costly medications.

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