Dental Accounting & Insights Blog

By: Erik Nelson For a lot of dental practice managers and accountants, simply getting through the months and ensuring the books all line up properly while providing quality care is more important than anything else. There comes a point for most successful dental practices, however, when...

From pens and stationery to heavy equipment and medical supplies, most practice managers and dental bookkeepers are used to working with vendors and suppliers. It’s a symbiotic relationship that—when properly fostered—can be beneficial for everyone involved. It’s also a source of great stress for many...

By: Erik Neilson Cash flow is one of the most stressful factors for businesses across all industries. For some, it can mean the difference between success and failure. A dental practice that thrives and grows is one that has figured out how to effectively manage cash...