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Hello all-

I posted some time ago re: starting a new medical practice. I did a bit of research, found out I can reasonably fund the new digs. Then, against the advice of my chairman, interviewed in a nearby rural area. Needless to say, they "backed up the Brinks" (-- Studio 60, good show). Now I have the option of going 300K up or 300K down in the first year. Assuming the promised salary is sustainable (no idea how to prove this one), the real delimma is that the locale that I am considering opening the new office in is really is not offering anything, except competition. I believe I can whip the competition given enough time (how much?), but would like to bounce the idea off the pros. Of course, the new office gives me the option to "be my own boss", while the big $$ promises a old (very old) partner (and only owner of the business, therefore my boss). Any thoughts?

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