Dental Practice Lifecycle: The Developing Stage

Most dentists are in the second stage of the dental practice life cycle. They’ve purchased their practice and made it through the first, tumultuous years, and are now settling into some kind of routine. This stage will continue until you start getting ready to sell your practice, which for most dentists could be anywhere from 25 to 35 years in the future…

Benchmarking Your Key Performance Indicators

Many practice managers do not perform any kind of benchmarking and therefore never realize the true potential of their practice. With minimal improvements, a practice can see a significant increase in cash flow and a better bottom line.

ERISA Covered Employee Benefit Plans Audit Quality

The U.S. Department of Labor’s Employee Benefits Security Administration (EBSA) has completed an assessment of the quality of audit work performed by CPAs with respect to financial statement audits of employee benefit plans covered under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA)…