By Rod Johnston, MBA, CMA
Did you reach your goals this year? Was one of them to buy a practice by the end of 2021? Ahem, it’s December. You know who I’m talking about! Do you remember when the year started back in January, and you said to yourself, and perhaps to some of your family and friends, “This is the year I’m going to buy a practice!” Well? What happened?
Did you know that on average...Read More
By Rod Johnston and Jim Vander Mey
Your practice has successfully worked for you for many years so why isn’t it selling? It could be the transition consultant (broker) you are using, or it could be your practice.
Working with an experienced transition consultant is important. We know where and how to advertise. It doesn’t work to simply advertise on a website. You will want marketing and...Read More
OMNI Practice Group believes in giving back and doing our part by helping those in need. Holidays should be a joyous time of year but for some, it can be stressful, especially with the pressure of buying gifts for children and providing a special meal for your family.
OMNI is proud to announce our holiday giving campaign for injured combat veterans and their families. We are partnering with a...Read More
The best time to start preparing for your practice transition is three to five years from the date you plan on selling your practice. Since you may not really know that date, the best time to prepare is NOW! Here is a checklist of things you should do as you get closer to deciding to sell your practice:
___ Meet with your Financial Advisor – Discuss with your financial advisor that you are...Read More
By Rod Johnston MBA, CMA, and Jim Vander Mey, CPA, ABI
There are many advantages to owning a veterinary practice over being an associate veterinarian and not owning a practice. For one, the average veterinary practice owner makes approximately 20% more in income than an associate veterinarian working for someone else. A veterinary practice owner also gets to choose what procedures he wants...Read More