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Don’t Leave Money on the Table by Missing Add Backs & One Offs

By Tom / October 4, 2022

When selling your veterinary practice, you should understand that the price you get will be based on a valuation of your EBITDA (earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortization). EBITDA is a measurement of a business’ free cash flow and a good way to understand how much cash a business generates from operating activities alone […]

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