Owning a practice can be complicated.
Getting the right financial advice at the right time doesn’t have to be painful. We understand that anticipating taxes, bookkeeping and payroll are all important to the health of your practice. We also know that you’d rather be doing what you enjoy, practicing dentistry.
You need experienced advice, from people who understand where you’re at, to make the right financial decisions at the right time.
Leverage our experience, tailored to dentistry.
Knowing what decisions to make to keep your practice on track and grow your revenue, while keeping up with your practice can be difficult. It can leave you feeling overwhelmed, knowing you need to hire someone to help, but not knowing who to trust. That’s where we come in.
We believe that thriving dental practices are built on more than just great bookkeeping, tax services, and an efficient payroll process. Practices thrive when you have the actionable data you need at all times to make the right decisions for the health of your business. Managing the day to day financial side of your practice shouldn’t keep you from doing what you love.
We manage all your financial data under one roof, giving you time back to do what you love. When you have the insight you need and the time to make the right decisions, the health of your practice increases, people are taken care of, and you have the ability to choose how you spend your time.
Financial advice you can trust.
Get Quality Time Back
Your time is valuable. You should be able to spend more of it with your family, or doing what you enjoy. Get hours back every week by partnering with us.
We’ve developed significant knowledge and insights through the experience of working exclusively with dentists. Our clients gain advice based on previous successful solutions from other practices.
Maximize Your Hard Work
You only have so many hours in the week to practice dentistry. Only so many weeks left in your lifetime.
Tax & Accounting
We engage in the entire scope of your CPA services, so you can pay less on taxes and keep more of what you make.
We collaborate to bring your practice and personal finances together in a holistic plan toward a work-optional lifestyle.
Schedule a call today to explore your options.
Helpful tips & Advice
By Spencer Wesley If you’re among the 77% of dentists who own their practices, this is a message for you. The day will come when you need to sell your practice, which by then will represent a valuable asset in your retirement portfolio. As a practice broker, we’ve facilitated hundreds of these transactions, and we’d like …
By Susan Nevenhoven As an accountant at a dental CPA firm, I have a lot of clients who are new or recent graduates. Not surprisingly, they have lots of questions about money. On average dentists graduate with close to $300,000 in student loan debt, while those going into private practice can expect to earn $100,000 – …
This Spring, about 6,000 men and women will graduate from dental schools across the country. Most will sign on as associates in dental practices, but in a few years, they’ll face a big decision – whether or not they should buy their own practice. Owning a practice may not be for everyone but there are …