The Achievement of Financial Freedom | Dental CPA

It’s no secret that, as a dental practice owner, you take on a great deal of responsibility and overwhelming  financial stress. Here in our office, one of our main goals is to help you achieve financial freedom so that you can completely focus on leadership and business growth. The following tips will help you create a more solid foundation for your dental practice and help you along in your financial journey.

  1. Organization is key. It is important to make sure that you always have systems in place. This will ensure that no details are missed and that everyone has a protocol to follow. Disorganization can quickly lead to unhappy customers, and ultimately, the downfall of a business. Efficient organization can also help bring opportunities for improvement to your attention. 

      2. Dream big.  Your dental practice will only be as successful as you envision it to be. Set   

          clear goals with deadlines to use as a ruler for your success. Goals will help with financial         

          decisions that present themselves. By setting goals with clear expectations, you will be 

          able to assess how small decisions can have a true impact on your practice in the future. 

          It will help you define a clear path toward your financial freedom. 

       3. Always have a plan. Without both short-term and long-term financial plans in place, you   

       will be setting yourself up to fail. How will new earnings be allocated; how much will go    

       toward savings? Are you budgeting for new purchases? Where will money come from if 

       business gets slow?  If you don’t already have the answers to these questions, this is a 

       great place to start. Planning for the unexpected helps to ensure that your dental practice  

       will survive surprise expenses. 

       4. Make wise financial decisions. When starting a dental practice, it is inevitable that you   

      will acquire some strategic debt. The key to success in the business will be an analysis of  

      your return on investment. Don’t make big purchases without a thorough analysis of the 

      value that it will bring to your practice. 

If you need help creating a plan or making a financial decision, our office is available to help. Our goal is to put you on the path toward financial freedom. We want to help take some of the financial stress away so that you can focus on your community, patients, and business growth. Contact Schiff & Associates today for a business consultation