There's an old maxim, "There are two ways to get rich in this world, either be born rich or marry rich". If you are rich you don't need to read this article, but if you count yourself among the less fortunate millions (not dollars but people), then this article is for you.
Most doctors will practice an average of 35 years. The number of years a doctor ultimately practices, multiplied by the income he or she earns over that period, equals Lifetime Income. A doctor’s Lifetime Income will be greatly affected by career decisions that may include buying a practice, joining a practice as an associate, or for those real risk-takers, starting a new practice from scratch. But are all of these career choices equally wise? Which has the greatest impact on the doctor's Lif
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The data source for Dentistics is the database of dentists in the U.S. maintained by AFTCO and the demographics are supplied by the U.S. government census bureau, etc.
The lower the current AAPPP is for a general dental practice, the better the potential growth exists for this practice...
Office rent should be in the area of 4% of gross practice gross revenues...
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