20/20 Money Episode #217 – Making sense of your practice financials (profit/loss, balance sheet, and cash flow statement) with Nathan Hayes of IDOC

Welcome to this episode of 20/20 Money! My guest on today’s show is Nathan Hayes with IDOC. Nathan joins me back on the show to have a continued dialogue about what it means to not only look at but actually use your practice financials to make good business decisions. In our conversation, we talk about the 7 key areas of expenses in an optometric practice that should be segmented on a profit loss statement, how a balance sheet is calculated, the range you should expect for both cost of goods and staff expense, the importance of reviewing your cash flow statement, and many other valuable pieces of information.

As a reminder, you can get all the information discussed in today’s conversation by visiting our website at integratedpwm.com and clicking on the Learning Center. While there, be sure to subscribe to our newsletter and you can also set up a Triage conversation to learn a little bit more about how we serve in the capacity of a personal and professional CFO: helping OD practice owners around the country reduce their tax bill, proactively manage cash flow, and make prudent investment decisions both in and out of their practice to help them live their best life on purpose. You can also check out any number of additional free resources like our eBooks, blog posts, and on-demand webinars. Lastly, if you’re interested in learning more about the upcoming launch of the 20/20 Money Membership, please check out the link in the Resources to learn more about what we have in store for you!

And with that introduction, I hope you enjoy my conversation with Nathan Hayes.

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