Check out this valuable tool available at Progress in Practice in D.C.

Check out this valuable tool available at Progress in Practice in D.C.

Denise Tumblin walks you through how to use a management spreadsheet to track your veterinary practice's profitability.
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Mar 07, 2011

In this video, Veterinary Economics Editorial Advisory Board member Denise Tumblin, CPA, explains how you can use an interactive spreadsheet to analyze how changes in expenses and revenue affect your veterinary practice’s profitability. This tool will be available free to people who attend Tumblin’s Progress In Practice seminar, held in conjunction with CVC in Washington, D.C., May 8-9, 2011. For instructions on how to use another tool, the Compliance Audit Worksheet, or to learn more about CVC in Washington, see the Related Links below.

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