My wife and I (also a dentist and my business partner) are thinking about selling the practice and leaving the state. It is my belief that we can make a whole lot more $$$ in a different state.
My question to you, because you have a better knowledge of the market, where is the best place to move? We will be looking to purchase an established state of the art practice in an area where the neighbor's house is not at arm's length, and the sky is not grey six months at a time.
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