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Did you know that staff longevity can affect your practice valuation? When determining the value of a practice, the appraiser examines historical operation factors in conjunction with predictions of future profitability and growth. Attracting and keeping a qualified staff is… Read More
In the last article, Dr. John Bryk explained buyer loan pre–approval, and this month I will explain how Veterinary Financing utilizes Seller Notes. Before I begin, I want to go over the basic terms used in Veterinary Financing. Interest Rate… Read More
Owners anticipating a practice sale within three years need to have simple and clear tax returns, so the buyer does not see taxable income low from non-operating expenses. If low income is because the doctor included the farm, ranch, or… Read More
Owners should obtain regular valuations. Having a professional valuation done at least every three years lets you know your practice’s current value and what could be done to enhance it. Three years is also a good length of time to… Read More
It is obvious that there is a lot of uncertainty right now regarding what the near future will look like, much less what things will look like a year or more down the road. It is also apparent that veterinary… Read More
Total Practice Solutions Group (TPSG) cash flows practices so buyers only have to work 40-42 hours per week and no more. Working crazy long work weeks should not be a concern to inhibit buyers from purchasing a practice. Tip by… Read More
There are many items to consider when contemplating the sale of a veterinary practice. What price do I ask? Do I sell to the corporate or private sector? How do I tell my staff? If you’re thinking about selling… Read More
There are 4 major categories of expenses that are driving your veterinary practice’s bottom line. These are Cost of Goods, Cost of Staff, Cost of Occupancy, and Cost of Veterinary Staff. We will look at each of these individually to… Read More
A veterinary practice must be ever-changing if it’s going to keep pace with client expectations. This applies to both medical technology – which must include, at the very least, the basics of an in-house laboratory and digital radiology for medical… Read More
Be careful when entering into long term equipment leases before putting your practice up for sale. They can lower your cash flow and be a financial burden to your buyer. Tip by Dr. Kurt Liljeberg.