When it comes to the many successful dentists who they advise, Rob Eagleston and his brother, John, have a straightforward mission: Help practice owners and associates protect their wealth, grow it, and enjoy it, especially in retirement.

When it comes to the many successful dentists who they advise, Rob Eagleston and his brother, John, have a straightforward mission: Help practice owners and associates protect their wealth, grow it, and enjoy it, especially in retirement.

The simple fact of the matter is that dentists, as a group, are much better at generating income than they are at managing it. By the time they reach their fifties and sixties, many dentists have earned millions of dollars cumulatively, but have virtually zero saved for retirement.

The realization is, to say the least, shocking.

The Eagleston family and their Eagleston Financial Group, based in Mesa, AZ, have been advising business owners and professionals since 1965, earning their trust and appreciation.

Rob, this week’s guest on Good News Dentistry™, has 18-plus-years of experience advising dentists and other clients. His financial planning recommendations aren’t flashy or revolutionary. They are, however, bankable.

In a two-part interview, Rob talks about the importance of retirement planning, even for dentists just starting out, and the choices oral health professionals must make now to be confident that they can maintain their desired lifestyles even after they’ve stopped practicing.

In addition, with only a couple weeks left in 2017, Rob offers his best advice for dentists wanting to grab hold of any last-minute opportunities to cut their taxes. It’s advice he not only dispenses, but follows himself. Rob is interviewed by Dean Rotbart, a former award-winning reporter and columnist with The Wall Street Journal, and host of Good News Dentistry™.

Good News Dentistry™ is produced by The Dental Good Life, a proud sponsor of DOCS Education.

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The information contained in this, or any case study post in Incisor should never be considered a proper replacement for necessary training and/or education regarding adult oral conscious sedation. Regulations regarding sedation vary by state. This is an educational and informational piece. DOCS Education accepts no liability whatsoever for any damages resulting from any direct or indirect recipient's use of or failure to use any of the information contained herein. DOCS Education would be happy to answer any questions or concerns mailed to us at 106 Lenora Street, Seattle, WA 98121. Please print a copy of this posting and include it with your question or request.
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