Soloist or Symphony:Structuring Your Business


More and more, group practice of one type or another is becoming the norm, but opportunities for solo practice will still be available in the 1990s. Our experience, personalities, and our perceptions of clients’ needs have led us to prefer a group structure; not all independent practitioners will come to the same choice. The notion of group versus solo practice is misleading. There are numerous arrangements that combine elements of group and solo practice. While the terms “group” and “solo” sound clearcut, in fact, they can be ambiguous. (They also should not be considered synonymous ...

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