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2 tools for splitting your mixed animal veterinary practice

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Learn how to separate the revenue and expense categories on your profit-and-loss statement.

Need to divide your mixed animal practice expenses? It's no easy task, but Dr. Karen Felsted, CPA, MS, CVPM, Jessica Goodman Lee, CVPM, have a couple of tools that can help separate the revenue and expense categories on your profit-and-loss statement.

Read their tips on how to divide your profit-and-loss into practice segments and use this worksheet to help plug in your practice numbers.

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