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  • Using Your PC To Save Taxes Will Get Harder…July 21, 2017

    This is just me ranting and raving… I get pissed when good, hardworking folks who try to build that ‘Canadian dream’ of having their own small business get taken to the cleaners by some far-off government people for the purposes of having SOMEONE pay for their ill-founded projects (one of which is a … Read more »

  • 2 More Dentist Testimonials About Working With DMC LLP…July 18, 2017

    Here are 2 more testimonials from dentists who recently engaged DMC LLP: Testimonial #72 from a dentist who hired DMC LLP to help them sell their practice: “A thought of selling our dental practice was, in the contemplation phase, a daunting task for us. After attending various seminars dealing with … Read more »

  • How DSOs Didn’t Get In Trouble In the U.S. (Part 4)…July 13, 2017

    This is the fourth blog I’m writing about how dentists and DSOs (dental service organizations) have gotten into trouble in the U.S.  In the first blog, I talked about some Colorado cases that came out in 2007 and which found business services arrangements between dental service organizations and den … Read more »

  • Do You Really Need a Broker To Sell Your Practice? Nope…July 13, 2017

    Nope.  Not all at.  Not unless you want to pay 10% of the sale price to them and think they offer you some kind of magical value.  The truth is: prospective purchasers form part of a pool of candidates.  And we all have access to that same pool.  That’s right: we have access to thousands of prospect … Read more »

  • How DSOs get in trouble in the U.S. (Part 3)…July 7, 2017

    This is the third blog I’m writing about how dentists and DSOs (dental service organizations) have gotten into trouble in the U.S.  In the first blog, I talked about some Colorado cases that came out in 2007 and which found business services arrangements between dental service organizations and dent … Read more »