17 differences between selling to a corporation and an associate

17 differences between selling to a corporation and an associate

Is a corporate cat or a lone wolf the right buyer for your practice? Use this chart to weigh whether an associate or a corporation is the right buyer for you.
 
Mar 16, 2017

Consider these significant differences between a corporate and associate buyer.

A note: The items on this chart are not in any specific order. Obviously, to a private buyer and some corporate buyers, everything is about location, location, location, and profitability—the top priority to most buyers. Click here for a PDF version

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