Dave Finklang Gives Tips for Raising Capital the Right Way

Anders Tax Manager, Dave M. Finklang, CPA/CGMA, MBA, was featured in an article by The Ambulatory M&A Advisor. The article, Raising Capital: The Proper Process, talks about the process of raising capital to fund healthcare businesses including questions to ask and tax implications to consider.

Dave addresses one of the biggest questions that people don’t ask, but need to: why physician business owners need to raise money. He also discusses different funding options and gives insight into one of the most accessible rounds- family and friends.

Read the full article: Raising Capital: The Proper Process.

About Dave

Dave has wide-ranging, specialized experience in tax planning and compliance, accounting services and start-up services and consulting.  As a Manager in our Tax Services group and leader of the firm’s startup and emerging company practice, Dave particularly enjoys working with entrepreneurs and emerging companies by helping them raise capital, implement accounting systems and minimize their tax burdens. He also advises individuals, family and closely-held businesses, as well as their owners, on tax-saving strategies and tax planning. Dave was selected to be a part of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants’ (AICPA) 2013 Leadership class, made up of 37 young CPAs from across the country, and was named a 2016 40 Under 40 by the St. Louis Business Journal.

About The Ambulatory M&A Advisor

The Ambulatory M&A Advisor is a publication that covers business, legal and transactional updates and insights around ambulatory care center and physician group practice deal making. It focuses exclusively on topics for those interested in mergers and acquisition (M&A) tactics, strategies, processes, dealmakers and the interrelated activities of buying and selling outpatient care center businesses and physician group practices. The ambulatory care market includes the following types of freestanding centers: ambulatory surgery centers (ASCs), endoscopy centers, diagnostic/imaging centers, radiation oncology centers, behavioral health centers, pain management centers, physician clinics, physical therapy, occupational medicine centers, freestanding emergency rooms and urgent care/immediate care centers.