SVA Certified Public Accountants professionals Andy Slinger, CPA and Matt Vanderloo, CPA will present a webinar for the Wisconsin Veterinary Medical Association (WVMA) on January 27, 2021.
The presentation, titled Start 2021 With a Strong Business Strategy, will discuss topics such as the employee retention credit, learning from 2020 pitfalls and looking ahead to 2021, fee schedule review for market value and profitability, and best practices including entity structure, benchmarking, and compensation.
Andy is a Principal with SVA Certified Public Accountants, S.C. and a member of SVA’s Veterinary Services group. He advises veterinarians on running a successful practice and achieving their individual financial goals. Andy works with practices to manage their financial matters. He also helps veterinarians set short- and long-term goals in terms of budgeting, cash flow management, overhead management, and tax strategies.
Matt is a Principal with SVA Certified Public Accountants, S.C. and a member of SVA’s Veterinary Services group. He assists individual and business clients by providing tax preparation and planning as well as consulting and financial statement preparation services. His areas of expertise include budgeting to control costs, consulting on revenue generation, and calculating the financial impact of business decisions.
To register for this webinar, click here.
About the Wisconsin Veterinary Medical Association (WVMA)
The WVMA’s mission is to advocate and promote veterinary medicine, while enriching animal and human health. To accomplish this mission, WVMA members lead with four guiding principles: integrity, compassion, community, and well-being. The WVMA is a community of individuals committed to advancing veterinary medicine in Wisconsin. Our membership model allows entire clinic staff teams to join the WVMA, further expanding our reach of providing cutting edge CE and legislative representation on issues affecting the veterinary medical profession and small business. To learn more, visit www.wvma.org.