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Fiscal Discipline is a Solid Strategy for New Dentists

By the time most dentists earn their degree, they typically owe $200K-300K in student loans. At the same time, the majority of new dental graduates will start their career earning six figures. The risk for dentists is that their high earning potential can blind them to the ramifications of carrying a lot of debt. That’s …

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Engage Advisors: Putting Dentists in the Driver’s Seat of their Wealth – The Assurance of Insurance

Can you predict the future? Probably not, which means you need adequate insurance coverage to manage unforeseen risks like fire, ice storms…you get the idea. Go back in time to February 2020. If someone had told you then the kind of impact the pandemic would have, you probably would have thought they were crazy. Maybe …

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Dealing with Debt – Putting Dentists in the Driver’s Seat of their Wealth

Student loans can seem overwhelming but taking a look at the big picture can help. The average dentist graduates with $292,000 in student loans. The amount is staggering, and for a dentist just starting out, it can seem overwhelming to think about paying it off, let alone saving for retirement or to purchase a practice. …

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