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By Henry Hemman & Associates / March 21, 2018

What is my Dental Practice Worth?

What is my practice worth? Well, it depends who you ask. Value is largely a concept of perception. According to IRS, fair market value is defined as “the price at which a [practice] would change hands between a willing buyer and a willing seller when the former is not under...

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By Henry Hemman & Associates / March 15, 2018

Common Reasons Why Associateships Fail

A written associate agreement does not exist. Philosophies of practice are incompatible. Dentists are unclear as to expectations of each other. Practice is not able to support an additional dentist. Dental Associate is unwilling to adapt to practice policies and procedures. Associate has unrealistic income expectations. Associate is unwilling to...

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By Henry Hemman & Associates / March 15, 2018

Transitions and Taxes

Taxes. Ugh. The word alone is enough to leave a taste worse than alginate in your mouth. And most would agree that paying taxes is worse than a molar root canal, either giving or receiving. So how does one write an article about tax and make it interesting? By exploring...

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