VETERINARY ECONOMICS, Oct 1, 2012 - Veterinary Economics
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VETERINARY ECONOMICS, Oct 1, 2012
Cover Story
Veterinarians: Obama vs. Romney and your taxes
By Tom McFerson, CPA, ABV
The presidential victor will put his stamp on four years of tax hikes and drops. See what's up for debate in 2013 and what your paystub and retirement funds will look like.
Checking in
Get out the veterinary vote
By Brendan Howard, Business and Team Channel Director
Forget politicians. Much-needed change can come from you.
Mailbox
Veterinary Economics October 2012 Mailbox
Dr. Jeff Rothstein responds to one reader's letter about going paperless in veterinary practice.
Practice Management Q & A
Know how to pay for veterinary services rendered
With production-based pay, who gets credit for the "sale" of a plan and who gets credit for services rendered?
Discussing veterinary team problems
As an associate, what do I do about team management problems when I don't have the authority to address them?
Practice Tips
4 tips to engage your Facebook fans ... and keep 'em
By Jed Schaible, VMD, MBA, CVPM
Don't let rookie mistakes damage your connection with veterinary clients. Find out how to keep your faithful followers with a few easy tips.
Carve your niche in a competitive market
By Bob Levoy
Don't blend in with your fellow veterinarians—stand out and give clients a reason to come to you.
Single-serve preventives
This time-saving technique will help your veterinary staff stay on schdule and keep your clients happy.
Up and away
Keep your veterinary supplies in their place with this space-saving idea.
Case Studies
Perfect the veterinary practice flow: traffic, technology, and talk
By Sarah Moser
Find out how Drs. Alan Green and David Sachs of Charleston Veterinary Referral Center built a big hospital with little room for confusion in Charleston, S.C.
Click & Copy
Make every visit a treat for veterinary patients
Happy patients mean happy clients and team members. Take advantage of this rewards system and exam room form, and give everyone a reason to rejoice.
Practice Finances
8 mistakes to avoid in your veterinary wellness plans
By Denise Tumblin, CPA
Who says you have to learn the hard way? Dodge these common annual plan faux pas and keep your goal of providing affordable bundled healthcare services alive.
Hot Button
Veterinarians: Embrace change and channel your inner problem-solver
By Andrew Rollo, DVM
Accept the challenges of veterinary medicine by branching out of your comfort zone—even if it's forced upon you.

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