Don’t ignore the red flags

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Don’t ignore the red flags

Every buyer should have a list of “red flags” that lets them know right away if a potential acquisition won’t help them meet his or her objectives for growth. Knowing what’s not good for you and your practice is part of a sound acquisition strategy.

Every buyer should have a list of “red flags” that lets them know right away if a potential acquisition won’t help them meet his or her objectives for growth. Knowing what’s not good for you and your practice is part of a sound acquisition strategy. 



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