September 4, 2017Podcast
Episode 96: Do you REALLY need a Dental CPA?
Hey ambitious dentists,
I hope you had a relaxing Labor Day weekend and were able to put your extra day off to good use. I know I really enjoyed spending time with family and friends.
Today I wanted to share a self-hosted episode where I talk about the differences between a general CPA and a dental CPA, and how to choose which one is right for you.
Over the last few months, I’ve noticed a slight uptick in the amount of emails I’ve received asking for which route to take.
Being a dental CPA myself, I may be slightly biased, but in all honesty whether or not you use a general CPA or a dental CPA comes down to a lot of factors.
I put this episode together to share my thoughts on the pros and cons of each and how to make the best choice for your practice.
I had a ton of fun putting this episode together for you, and I hope you find it helpful.
Here are a few things you’ll discover in today’s episode
- Why there is no one size fit all for your CPA needs and how to choose the one right for you.
- Common misconceptions about both general and dental CPA’s
- What I’ve Learned From Being a general CPA and a dental CPA
The pros and cons of both general and dental CPA’s.
And much more…
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