BizQuiz: How should you let clients pay? (Answer 2a)

BizQuiz: How should you let clients pay? (Answer 2a)

Nov 20, 2009
By dvm360.com staff

2) A–Incorrect.

Dr. Salzsieder says no. It's better to break out your services and perform them over time so a client can pay for them over time. In addition to harming your practice's fiscal health and future value, discounting services on a case-by-case basis punishes those who don't ask for discounts. "How is that equitable or fair?" Dr. Salzsieder asks.

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