As we emerge from the tunnel, fees climb only slightly

As we emerge from the tunnel, fees climb only slightly

Consumers are still cautious, but we could be approaching the end of the recession.
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Oct 01, 2009
By dvm360.com staff

There's a light at the end of the recession tunnel, but consumers are still skittish about spending. And yet business costs continue to increase. How do you balance this? Most veterinary practices are increasing their fees modestly this year—just enough to cover their own cost increases. Whatever decision you make, now's the time to increasingly monitor your financial position and the impact of any changes you implement on your practice.


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