Are you considering an upgrade to a CEREC, Galileos, or maybe even Waterlase Iplus or Solea Laser? This new technology will boost revenue, but does your CPA understand that? If you are in the habit of asking your CPA for the green-light when purchasing new technology, have you ever considered the harm it may be doing?
Assets, liabilities, and your balance sheet. Sales – Expenses = Profit. Thanks, traditional accounting. If your accountant doesn’t understand dentistry or how a dental practice operates, they could be telling you to “wait” or “hold-off” when, in fact, it may be more opportune to do the opposite.
Waiting to upgrade equipment could cost you precious revenue and increased production. It’s important to remember that your CPA is not intending to hurt your business. They simply are not a dental business coach/advisor. By having a dental CPA and business advisor in your corner, you get more than just financial data. H+P’s industry experience allows our clients to make informed and profitable decisions.
You Want More
We work with dentists all over the country, many of whom seek us out because they want more than a summation of their financial and tax situation from their CPA. They want a business coach and advisor who can assist them in all areas of their practice. Your CPA should be one of the first advisors to consider when you set out on your own. A quality dental CPA can help you build your advisory team by referring you to other dental specific experts such as banking relationships, attorneys, and financial planners.
Don’t expect to hire a team of people that agree with you all of the time. Having an advisor challenge you while also welcoming push-back from you is crucial to achieving maximum profitability.
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