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Buy, Build or Break Up WEBINAR: Your Best Moves For Buying a Chiropractic Practice or Getting a New Associate Job

Many chiropractors are uncomfortable or inexperienced with the logistics of buying a chiropractic practice or starting one from scratch.  As a result, some docs stay in lousy associate positions for longer than they need to. Fortunately, buying a chiropractic practice or making the decision to move in another direction doesn’t have to be a mystery! In this webinar, Dr. Tom Necela …

The Art Of Chiropractic Associate Buy-In and Buy-Outs

Looking for a chiropractic associate job or looking to hire a chiropractic associate as a part of your practice’s transition strategy?  Here are a few things you need to consider — regardless of which side of the fence you are on! Young chiropractors are quickly becoming more risk-averse thanks, in part, to the $200,000 debt burden some of the new …

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What’s the Average Income of Chiropractors? (& Where Does YOUR Salary Stand)

Statistics can certainly be misleading and when you analyze the average income of chiropractors, they are certainly no exception. But, because your salary is so important to you – whether you are the owner of your own practice or an associate – we’re going to crunch some numbers so you can see where you stand compared to your chiropractic peers. …

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Associate Chiropractor Wanted for Buyout: Assumptions Owners & Employees Need to Avoid

I frequently get questions from docs who are looking to place an associate chiropractor wanted for buyout ad – and aren’t quite sure about some of the buyout details. Interestingly enough, we get an almost equal number of questions from the other side of the fence – from DC’s who have responded to an associate chiropractor wanted ad – and …

Is Your Chiropractic Non-compete Agreement Enforceable?

Although a chiropractic non-compete agreement is not part of every chiropractic associate contract, most have them. In fact, many chiropractors who are seeking an associate employment position are unable to avoid signing a non-compete agreement. For a business owner that is seeking to employ an associate chiropractor, there are obvious practical advantages of having a non-compete agreement, plus the experience …

How Real Estate Recovery Affects Your Plans to Buy, Sell, Hire, Exit or Enter a Chiropractic Practice

The present real estate market is having a profound effect on our profession — especially if your planning to buy OR sell a chiropractic practice- or even transition in any fashion here in the near future. Here’s a quick update on how & why: First, let’s define who this article is for. This post applies to you if (in the next …

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Can You Afford To Buy a $500,000 Chiropractic Practice?

Many chiropractors looking to make the next move in their career wonder if they can afford to buy a chiropractic practice.  Whether the price point of the practice is $500,000, $50,000 or anywhere above or below that mark, most docs don’t have a clue about what they can actually afford. Of course, you’ve heard the old adage, “You’ve got to …

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Chiropractic Jobs: Associate Employee or Independent Contractor?

When DC’s are looking for chiropractic jobs or to hire a chiropractor to work in their office, one of the first questions that is typically asked is in regards to whether the doc should be an employee or an independent contractor?” While this sounds like a straightforward question, the best decision and the danger is in the details of the …