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CommercePayments™ Claims Payments provides insurance companies options in how their insureds can receive their claim payment.
Many dentists choose to buy an existing practice for the built-in roster of patients, but having plenty of patients is no guarantee of success.
It’s crucial to find a bank that understands not only small businesses – but specifically your business, goals and unique situation.
Navigating the financing process can be intimidating at first, so we’ve put together a guide to help you feel more prepared.
Before you invest too much time and money into a business idea, be sure to assess whether it’s viable.
It’s common to underestimate the actual amount of money needed to start a new business.
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