How to guide
Starting or buying a practice
In this episode, Arun and Nigel discuss the different options available when you want to start a squat dental practice.
Applying for finance
There are so many reasons why you need to be using a commercial finance broker to raise finance for your practice. These are the top 5.
COVID-19 changed a lot, but what about raising finance? Is it still possible to borrow money for your business?
What can you do to help make sure your loan application has the best chance of being approved by the banks?
Do you know how the banks evaluate you when you apply to borrow money for your business?
Managing cash flow
In this webinar, we will discuss ways in which to save money in your dental practice, from utility bills to dental equipment and consumables.
In this episode, Arun takes a look at how dental practices should be properly organising their finances and accounts.
Borrowing money, reviewing suppliers, streamlining accounting and much more. These are the best ways to manage your cash flow.
Use these top 10 tips to cut your expenses and help manage the cash flow in your business.
In this webinar from the first lockdown, Arun discusses vital financial tactics that you need to be taking to manage your cash flow in a crisis.
In this webinar from the first lockdown, Arun discusses tough decisions every business needs to make in a crisis to manage their cash flow.
Growing a practice
This is how refinancing can help your cash flow and save a business during a financial crisis.
Do you know how a bridging loan an help you when it comes to buying a property for a dental practice?
Is debt good or bad? How do you deal with it as a dentist? All this answered and more!
Arun and Nigel discuss the options open to dentists who want to borrow money to develop their commercial property.
If you want to increase your profits then you need to understand the finances and accounts in your business. This is how.
Finance options for dentists
In this guide, we take a look at inheritance tax and the various rules governing it.
In this episode, Arun and Nigel discuss sources of commercial finance for dentists outside of the usual business loan channels.
From Assets to Working Capital, these are the main options open to dentists who want to raise money for their business.
Tax loans are used to pay off your tax bills spread out over a longer term, rather than in one big go.
A bridging loan is a short-term loan, usually used to purchase a property that you can’t currently afford.
Commercial mortgages are used to purchase properties intended for commercial use, like when you buy the property to set up a new dental practice.
A working capital loan is s short-term loan which is used to finance your business’s day-to-day operations.
Start-up finance is a broad term which refers to funding that is used to start up a new business, like a new dental practice.
Acquisition finance is used to purchase an existing business, like when you buy a dental practice.
Download these free financial document templates, including a cash flow forecast, a continuity plan, business plan and more!