Is Your Retirement Plan Out-of-Date or Putting Your Practice at Risk?

Managing a medical practice today leaves little bandwidth for much beyond what is necessary to maintain quality care, achieve regulatory compliance, and remain cashflow positive. So, it’s no surprise that the old adage `If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it,’ accurately reflects the mindset of many groups when it comes to keeping up with lower-priority aspects of the business. While understandable, this approach can be costly if the matter in question is the practice retirement plan. Groups may assume a long-established plan runs on autopilot and requires little maintenance or oversight. But the reality is that a changing regulatory landscape