• Starting A Solo Practice: A Sound Tactical Plan is Key to Financing Your New Practice

    Written By: Lawrence Geller and Russell B. Still

    A business plan is a critical document used by lenders to evaluate your risk level for a loan. It describes to the lending institution why the ophthalmologist needs – and deserves – a loan to finance the capital and excess operating costs associated with starting a practice. By drafting a detailed and realistic plan, your loan officer will be convinced that you’re a good risk for the bank to take.