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Dentist Money Blog No. 2: How do your finances compare to other dentists? (PODCAST)

May 11, 2016
Dentists, you might have a general sense of your financial situation based on your collections, income, and retirement accounts. But how does your performance compares to other dentists? In this week's installment of the Dentist Money Blog, Reese Harper, CFP, explains why it’s important to benchmark your performance against your peers, and how to make simple calculations to monitor your financial progress.

As a dentist, you might have a general sense of your financial situation based on your collections, income, and retirement accounts. But have you ever wondered how your performance compares to other dentists? In this week's installment of the Dentist Money Blog, Reese Harper, CFP, explains why it’s important to benchmark your performance against your peers, and how to make simple calculations to monitor your financial progress.

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