Cash vs. insurance: The latest trends in payment in dental practices March 16, 2017 How to make sure your dental practice’s bottom line is as strong as it can be. Am I too early (or too late) to implement my retirement plan? January 06, 2017 By Bruce Bryen CPA CVA It's time to start implementing your retirement time now, and you can start by seeking expert opinions. Will this insurance move put an end to solo practices? December 14, 2016 By Dr. Marc Cooper Dr. Marc Cooper explores how a new policy decision by major U.S. insurance companies could have far-reaching effects. 10 important points you need understand about your financial report November 30, 2016 By David Black 10 important points you need understand about your financial report and why they are important for you. Where is your retirement income going to come from? November 30, 2016 By David Black A look at how dentists from all over the country are planning for retirement, why you need to start saving early for retirement and the best ways to be prepared for your retirement. What President Trump means for your taxes November 09, 2016 By Bruce Bryen CPA CVA A discussion of what is to come during Trump's presidency and how taxes will be affected. Startup vs: acquisition: What’s your best option for practice ownership? Doctors considering practice ownership are often faced with the complex choice between a startup practice or an acquisition. The dentist and Donald Trump October 17, 2016 By Bruce Bryen CPA CVA Comparing Donald Trump’s tax to dental practice income and the dentist’s tax. The latest trends in dental practice accounts receivable Although collecting payment from delinquent patients may be uncomfortable, it is a necessary part of keeping a practice healthy. This paper examines trends in accounts receivable and how accounts receivable balances have changed since 2011.