Avoiding Fraud and Hackers in 2020: Part II (Small Business)

Our last blog post, Part I in a series on fraud and hackers, introduced the value of stolen personal information and the common ways in which thieves try to gain access to it. Hopefully after reading that post, our readers have a better idea of where fraud happens and how to spot it. Hackers aren’t … Continued →

Determining Needs and Goals: What Happens When You Don’t Love Dentistry Anymore?

Has dentistry started to lose its appeal? Many dentists report loving their job, but for others – well, maybe you’re burned out, maybe dentistry was never really your dream job to begin with, or maybe you’re just ready for a change … but you don’t know what the next step is. How do you figure … Continued →

How to Embrace Retirement as a Dentist

In our last post, we laid out five common reasons why dentists may fear retirement. Delaying retirement due to an underlying concern can end up being problematic in the long-term. You risk missing out on time with your family, opportunities to travel or fulfill other goals, and enjoy a more relaxed lifestyle without the hectic … Continued →

How Much Money Will Dentists Need to Retire Well?

It’s the age-old question with many different answers: how much money do I need for retirement? Dentists face no more investment and savings risks than other people; however, as dentists also tend to earn more money throughout their career, and high-income earners tend to spend more and thus, have a higher cost of living. This … Continued →

Is Early Retirement from Dentistry in Your Future?

Retirement is usually viewed as the goal or reward after a long, successful career practicing dentistry. For most dentists, the average retirement age has crept up to around age 67, up from a few years ago. Many of us may dream about the luxury of an early retirement but aren’t sure it’s financially possible. Some … Continued →