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Articles by Gary I. Glassman, CPA

Product sales, market changes, and the impact on your profits (Proceedings)

Aug 1, 2011

It's been a number of years now that your clients have alternatives to purchase their veterinary drugs and supplies. First it was the catalogue houses and then the internet. The first to feel the effects of the change in distribution channels were the large animal practitioners.

To start a practice or buy: what's the best option? (Proceedings)

Aug 1, 2011

Practice ownership allows an individual to control one's destiny over financial matters, management matters and medical matters. Practice owners should expect a financial reward from ownership that encompasses a reward or pay for the provision of providing veterinary services, a pay for management duties and an ROI (return on investment) for the privilege of ownership.

Hot tax tips for 2011 (Proceedings)

Aug 1, 2011

Tax laws are forever changing and this year is no exception. Since taxes can take a significant amount of our earnings, it pays to know and understand the tax laws that are important for you and your practice. This clear understanding can save you money and keep you out of tax trouble.

10 business metrics that will keep you on top of your game (Proceedings)

Aug 1, 2011

Consider developing a monthly statistical analysis report for your practice. Take a pulse of your practice by understanding the monthly statistics that are important and track them in a comparative format; month to month, year by year.

Top marketing trends for today's veterinary practice (Proceedings)

Aug 1, 2011

Marketing in today's practice plays an important part of a practice way to generate new business and keep existing clients happy. If you look at the way at how new clients determine who to pick their veterinarian it comes from one of four main ways: referrals, location, signage and your internet presence.

Practice transition in the face of tragedy—are you prepared? (Proceedings)

Aug 1, 2011

There are some things you can control in life but many that you cannot. The real issue is not what you can or cannot control but how you react to disasters and how well your practice can carry out a contingency plan.

Financial statements: What the heck do I do with them? (Proceedings)

May 1, 2011

Understanding profitability in a veterinary hospital can be like understanding a Chinese puzzle. Defining profitability can be confusing based upon the entity type.

Books and record keeping for dummies (Proceedings)

May 1, 2011

Accurate and complete financial recordkeeping is important to any hospital owner, but is also important to those who work with the veterinarian. People both inside and outside the hospital all depend on the accurate recording of financial transactions.

Getting started: five essentials to monitor every month (Proceedings)

May 1, 2011

Consider developing a monthly statistical analysis report for your practice. Take a pulse of your practice by understanding the monthly statistics that are important and track them in a comparative format; month to month, year by year.

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