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Loan Forgiveness for Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine Graduates

On June 22, 2022, The United States Department of Education (“USDE”) and Class Plaintiffs in the Sweet v. Cardonaclass action proposed a settlement where the USDE will cancel $6 billion in student loans for 200,000 borrowers for certain schools.  Among those schools is Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine (“Ross”).  If you have applied for borrower defense loan […]

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Are You Ready to Be a Veterinary Practice Owner?

People attend veterinary school because they love animals—not business. Therefore, it’s not surprising that many veterinarians, both new and seasoned, find themselves unprepared for veterinary practice ownership. However, if you have dreams of owning your own veterinary practice, you must be willing to develop skills that aren’t taught in veterinary school. In this article, we […]

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What Should I Put in My Veterinary Business Plan?

At the foundation of every strong business is a solid business plan. Therefore, if you’re considering starting your own veterinary practice, a well-crafted business plan is a must. A business plan serves two primary functions. First, it allows you to define your goals and chart a course for their achievement. Second, it provides you with […]

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Families First Coronavirus Response Act Update

On March 14, 2020, the U.S. House of Representative passed H.R. 6201, Families First Coronavirus Response Act, the complete bill is available here. The U.S. Senate has yet to vote on the bill and it has yet to be enacted into law. The intent of the bill is to guarantee free coronavirus testing, secure paid […]

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