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Bruce Bryen, CPA, CVA
Bruce Bryen is a certified public accountant with over 40 years of experience and is a part of RKG Tax & Business Services LLP, an affiliate or Robin Kramer & Green, with offices in Marlton, New Jersey and Fort Washington, Pa. He specializes in deferred compensation, such as retirement planning design; income and estate tax planning; determination of the proper organizational business structure; asset protection and structuring loan packages for presentation to financial institutions. He is experienced in providing litigation support services to dentists with Valuation and Expert Witness testimony in matrimonial and partnership dispute cases. He is also a financial writer for several dental journals. You may contact him at 215-641-8300 ext 123 or at [email protected], or through www.Bryen-BryenLLP.com.
The importance of dental compensation studies
The importance of dental compensation studies
There is a list of examples that will be addressed to explain the importance of compensation studies for the dental practice. Just like the importance of a written agreement when two or more partners exist in a dental practice to detail the role of each partner, among other things, compensation can become a disagreeable topic when the focus is after a dental practice is in full operating mode.
How to navigate dental practice transitions
How to navigate dental practice transitions
There are short cut approaches to determining the price to pay for the acquisition of a dental practice. An experienced advisor may know certain rules of thumb to give a quick insight into value.
Dental practice transitions and real estate conveyances
Are dental practice values increasing or decreasing?
Are dental practice values increasing or decreasing?
In comparing dental practice values across the country, there are a number of factors that are constant when determining that figure used to estimate the value for the practice in question.
Acquiring assets not on the books and not part of the dental practice transition agreement
Acquiring assets not on the books and not part of the dental practice transition agreement
What can these assets be? This is really not a trick question when you analyze what assets a dental practice transition encompasses.
Tips on getting financing for your dental practice needs
Tips on getting financing for your dental practice needs
What does it take to be able to borrow for a dental practice acquisition, refinance of its existing debt, or to borrow for equipment purchasing, working capital credit lines or any other legitimate business purpose?
A special guide to cost segregation depreciation and the dental practice
A special guide to cost segregation depreciation and the dental practice
There are few financial advisors (and even fewer dentists) who have ever heard of cost segregation depreciation. Dentists are constantly requesting tax advice from their CPAs as well as their financial advisors and consultants.
Special request dental practice valuations: Their purpose and their cost
Special request dental practice valuations: Their purpose and their cost
There are many sources for dental practice valuations prepared for a buyer or a seller of a dental practice to assist in determining the asking price, size of the practice, background information, and infrastructure, among other important details.
Divorce and the financial toll on the dental practice
Divorce and the financial toll on the dental practice
What is the financial result when the goodwill intangible value is less than the tangible value of a dental practice? What spousal rights emanate from this type of dental practice valuation result?