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Tips for New Veterinarians

If you’ve recently finished veterinary school, congratulations! You’ve accomplished something not many people are able to do, and you should be very proud of that. However, as you know, your veterinary journey is far from over. In fact, it’s just beginning. Now that you’ve made it through school, it’s time to get to work! After […]

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Do Veterinarians Make Good Money?

Although most people’s primary motivation for going into the veterinary field is their love of animals, let’s face it: finances are important. After all, if you go to veterinary school, you’ll have to pay back those student loans somehow! Therefore, if you’re considering becoming a veterinarian, you should have a basic understanding of what to […]

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How Efficient Is Your Veterinary Practice?

When it comes to business, especially the veterinary business, efficiency is everything. In fact, the efficiency of your veterinary practice is directly related to its profitability. Therefore, whether you are a veterinary practice owner, or you want to become a veterinary practice owner, it’s important for you to understand how to make your veterinary practice […]

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COVID-19 Veterinary Practice Tips

The COVID-19 pandemic has taken its toll on everyone, including veterinary practice owners. Veterinary practice owners who fail to adapt to the current environment run the risk of going out of business. However, those owners who take proactive steps to continue serving their customers during the pandemic are likely to make it through unscathed. If […]

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How to Choose a Veterinary Practice Consulting Attorney

If you own a veterinary practice or plan on starting your own veterinary practice, it is essential that you hire an experience veterinary practice consulting attorney. Not only can a veterinary practice consulting attorney handle the legal needs of your veterinary practice, but he or she can help ensure that your practice is organized in […]

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How to Improve the Efficiency of Your Veterinary Practice

When it comes to owning a veterinary practice, efficiency is everything. To put it simply: efficient practices thrive, and inefficient practices fail. Therefore, whether you currently own your own veterinary practice or you plan on purchasing one in the future, you should familiarize yourself with the following ways to improve the efficiency of your veterinary […]

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How to Improve the Efficiency of Your Veterinary Practice

When it comes to owning a veterinary practice, efficiency is everything. To put it simply: efficient practices thrive, and inefficient practices fail. Therefore, whether you currently own your own veterinary practice or you plan on purchasing one in the future, you should familiarize yourself with the following ways to improve the efficiency of your veterinary […]

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1099 or W-2: Contractor or Employee?

The thought of classifying a worker as an independent contractor is appealing to small business owners.  The main benefits of a 1099 independent contractor are that the company does not have to withhold income taxes, social security, medicare, city tax, county tax, school tax, and doesn’t pay unemployment compensation or the employer’s share of the […]

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