Moreover, you can also hire an associate and finance a practice outright. Even better if you privately arrange the financing instead of heading to the bank. Most (selling) dentists don't even know the tax ramifications of taking a lump sum (when you bank finance). Its actually better to work some accounting magic and count it as a capital gain. Additionally, many young associates don't want the managerial crap, so this is where you salary them and just have incentive to make net income. You may not see a dime or even make a loss (which actually doesn't mean you owe anything, in fact you get tax breaks this way, hence why amazon has had negative earnings most their life), but its a passive investment that will eventually be a cash cow.
Ok i'm done giving away my secrets for the day.
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