Owning a Practice

There are many advantages of buying an existing practice.

Owning a Practice Overview

Buying a practice enables you to begin your career with a high degree of independence, autonomy and an entrepreneurial spirit. You get the benefit of your predecessor’s time and effort in nurturing and developing the practice. And, of course, you get immediate income. As an AOA member, you’ll have access to resources to help you evaluate a practice and avoid potential problems.

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