Business Basics for Dentists by David O. Willis

By David O. Willis

Dr. David Willis combines his adventure as a training dentist, educator, MBA, and licensed monetary planner during this leap forward textual content approximately handling a dental enterprise. instead of a record of steps for achievement, company fundamentals for Dentists describes enterprise, financial, advertising, and administration ideas and explains find out how to observe them to the dental perform. Dental scholars and new practitioners will how one can use the center strategic and operational company philosophies to improve an efficient dental perform. He offers the fundamental parts of a enterprise course--management ideas, economics, enterprise finance, and fiscal analysis--without slowed down in an excessive amount of element. those are then similar in particular to varied elements of working and handling a dental perform, together with workplace communications, billing, stock, and advertising the perform. All elements of perform transition are approached: profession possibilities, deciding to buy a convention, beginning a brand new perform, multi-practitioner preparations, perform valuation, and making plans and constructing a convention. final, Willis integrated own monetary making plans to make sure that the dentist can be making plans for his personal funds and retirement past the boundaries of the practice.

Table of Contents
Preface
About the spouse Website
Section 1 own monetary Management
Chapter 1 own cash Management
Chapter 2 own assurance Needs
Chapter three making plans for Retirement Income
Chapter four lowering the non-public Tax Burden
Chapter five property Planning
Section 2 enterprise Foundations
Chapter 6 company Entities
Chapter 7 simple Economics
Chapter eight The felony surroundings of the Dental Practice
Chapter nine monetary Statements
Chapter 10 fundamentals of commercial Finance
Chapter eleven enterprise Taxes and Tax Planning
Chapter 12 administration Principles
Chapter thirteen making plans the Dental Practice
Section three Dental place of work good fortune Factors
Chapter 14 monetary research and regulate within the Dental Office
Chapter 15 conserving Production
Chapter sixteen protecting Collections
Chapter 17 producing sufferers for the Practice
Chapter 18 Gaining Case Acceptance
Chapter 19 Controlling expenses within the Practice
Chapter 20 selling employees Effectiveness
Chapter 21 preserving day-by-day Operations
Chapter 22 coping with danger within the Office
Section four perform Transitions
Chapter 23 occupation Planning
Chapter 24 Employment Opportunities
Chapter 25 perform Ownership
Chapter 26 perform Transitions
Chapter 27 Valuing Practices
Chapter 28 Securing Financing
Chapter 29 The company Plan
Index

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If a practice is a corporation (and, therefore the dentist is an employee) then that person qualifies for employee benefit plans, including medical reimbursement plans. Under these plans, the employer may make certain payments for medical services for its employees on a tax-deductible basis. These may be incorporated into flexible benefit (cafeteria style) plans. Health savings accounts (HSAs) are the newest darling of health cost-containment advocates. Under these arrangements, a person may make a contribution to an HSA account on a tax-deductible basis.

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