CWA PRACTICE TRANSITION SEMINARS
If you’re thinking about transitioning your practice, buying into a practice, bringing on an associate, or would simply like to know how the transition process works, then join us for upcoming Practice Transition Seminars offered by Cain Watters & Associates:
September 11 & 12
November 13 & 14
The Practice Transition Seminar:
For more than 30 years, the advisors at Cain Watters & Associates have consulted in the transition of hundreds of dental practices of all specialties into multi-doctor offices. Our methodology seeks to create an equitable, win-win situation for the seller AND the buyer with significant tax advantages for both. This seminar also covers the philosophical and mechanical steps required to achieve success in transitioning your practice.
Selling Doctor Benefits:
Concentrate on the procedures you enjoy while growing your practice
Enjoy flexibility, work less and share in the fixed costs of the practice
Become a mentor to your associate doctor and share cases with your new partner
Transition your patients and staff
Sell your practice at the right time to significantly increase your retirement assets
Create opportunity to fund a large portion of sale proceeds into a tax-deferred environment
Buying Doctor Benefits:
Manage significant dental school debt by working in an established, successful practice
Create tax-advantages with a purchase of a practice and significantly increase cash flow
Enjoy the benefits of having an established staff and systems in place
Gain valuable mentoring by an experienced doctor and increase your clinical productivity
First two attendees from a practice: $1800
Each additional attendee: $300
The two-day seminar includes breakfast and lunch, comprehensive transition manual, and cocktail reception.
Know anyone who you think might benefit from this seminar? Please feel free to pass along the information.
Register today by filling out the form below, or contact Kaitlin White Mitchell at Kaitlin@cainwatters.com, 972-764-6018 for more information. There is still space available, but seats are limited.