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Video: Don't panic about money!

April 22, 2010

Being concerned about finances is different than worrying about them.

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12 ways to prepare for a consultation

April 1, 2010

Your time is valuable, as is your colleagues'. Present a professional image by preparing well in advance for a consultation.

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Stop costs from gobbling up your revenue

April 1, 2010

Bloated inventory, excessive staffing, and missed charges take big bites out of your practice's success. It's time to put these gluttonous money-wasters on a diet.

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Dreaming of building? Establish concrete goals

March 1, 2010

Ask yourself these questions, and answer honestly, to make sure your vision is feasible.

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Arm your leases against inflation

March 1, 2010

Today's veterinary practice owners wisely are devising short-term strategies for managing operational expenses such as payroll and supply costs.

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Take control of your expenses

February 1, 2010

The challenge for veterinarians is to look at the short- and long-term economic landscape and adjust our expenses accordingly

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Practice finances struggle in December

January 4, 2010

The end of the year sees another dip in revenue.

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What's fair compensation?

January 1, 2010

Keep employees happy and engaged with competitive compensation and benefits.

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What you know + what you project = your budget

December 1, 2009

Take the mystery out of budget planning.

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