Financial Education Library for Dentists

Our financial education library is filled with dental-specific insights on investing, retirement planning, personal finance, tax management, insurance, debt management, profitability, and other financial topics. Explore our collection of articles, courses, podcasts, videos, and eGuides.

What’s Your Real Income? Here’s Why Most Dentists Get It Wrong. – Episode 276

Taxable income and gross cash flow. What’s the difference and why is it important? On this episode of the Dentist...

Do markets provide liquidity to investors?

One favorable characteristic of public markets is how easy it is to liquidate the stocks and bonds you own. In...

Why is being “cash ready” vital to your practice?

In this video clip, Reese Harper describes both the upside and downside of having too much of your net worth...

What does ‘spending down’ assets mean?

When you retire you actually need to begin selling off different assets to maintain your lifestyle. What assets should be...

What’s the Real Reason for Your Financial Pain?

There’s a common patient story that almost every dentist and doctor can tell. It goes something like this: A patient...

Dental Finance 101: Your Growing Practice Needs Access to Cash

By Dentist Advisors

Your Growing Practice Needs Access to Cash If you look back at the advice I’ve given over the years, you’ll...

Monthly Financial Elements® – Liquidity (Lt)

Join Ryan Isaac, for a discussion about Liquid Term (Lt), one of the key Elements® of an optimized financial plan.

The 4 Ingredient Recipe to Optimal Wealth Building – Episode 185

What’s the ideal recipe to accumulate assets as you build for the future? On this episode of the Dentist Money™...

A Fifth Grader’s Guide to Becoming a Wealthy Dentist

By Reese Harper, CFP® , CEO of Dentist Advisors

Several years ago there was a popular game show called “Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader?” You probably remember...

Which Financial Planning Job is the Hardest for You?

You can’t skip any of the jobs required to solve a financial planning problem. You may want to just Act...

Are You Solving the Whole Thing?

As humans, we have a tendency to try and solve only pieces of a problem instead of the whole problem....

Reduce Stress by Increasing Liquidity

There is a high correlation between stress and lack of liquidity. The less liquid you are, the more stress you’ll...