In this week’s post I wanted to share with you some valuable resources on starting our purchasing your medical/dental practice.
My business partner Mitchell Walmsley at Affluence Chartered Accountants has an interesting blog with many useful tips for doctors and dentists in private practice.
You can read more HERE.
I trust you will find value in it.
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