Dr. A had a successful general dental practice located in a large, desirable metropolitan area in the Northeast U.S. His practice provided him with a good income and long-term financial security. Everything seemed perfect except for one thing: winters seemed colder every year and he longed for the opportunity to practice in a warmer climate. Every winter he dreamed about palm trees, warm breezes and the ocean, but picking up and moving South always seemed too difficult to consider.
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Sell now or build to sell? Sell for present value or sell for future value? Commit now, but defer the actual sale until later? Take cash or fund your pension plan with the value of your practice? These are just a few important considerations for a dentist who is thinking and planning for the future.
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