Starting into Practice Guide

Preparing to open your own practice requires that you make many decisions about how and where you'll practice. Like any other business owner, you'll need to create a business plan and address how you'll fund your practice from the very first day. How you plan to promote your practice, who you need to hire and how your office will be managed are also important elements to consider.

Before you can answer questions about opening your own practice, you may discover that you have other questions that need answers. The Starting Into Practice Guide is designed to help you get started down that path.You'll find information about many of the issues that must be addressed as part of the planning process.

To access the Starting into Practice Guide, click here.

This guide does not guarantee or imply that you will receive financing. This spreadsheet should not be used as a substitute for the advice of an attorney or accountant.