Selling your chiropractic practice can be daunting. Thankfully, there are a number of things that you can do to make the process less intimidating.
The sale of a chiropractic practice consists of the sale of the underlying assets, which may include supplies, therapy equipment, furniture, and office space or real estate.
These are considered "hard" assets and the value of these assets can be estimated based upon comparables.
However, there are other ways to sell a chiropractic practice exist, such as the sale of stock within a corporate framework, sell-and-switch, partnership, associate buy-in, and a hybrid partnership.
Consider these eight tips when selling your chiropractic practice.