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Retiring in spite of yourself

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Saturday, 02/02/19 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM


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Are you concerned about reaching your retirement goals? You are invited to hear and learn from Dr. David Black’s story. A personal journey by a 55 year old Dentist, from a small city. His story tells average dentists how to plan and execute a path to retirement. He decided to make his last five years his best, most productive five years, resulting in reaching production and saving goals. His result was multiple income sources that allowed him to retire in comfort and security. This story shows that you can overcome multiple obstacles to retire in spite of multiple financial mistakes in your career.


8:30AM-9:00AM  Registration & Breakfast

9:00AM-1:00PM  Lecture


Dr. David Black

David Black, DDS

Dr. Black’s 43+ years of clinical experience, mentors such as Drs. Pankey and Dawson, and integration of information from four major consulting firms give Dr Black expertise in a wide range of topics. He is certified in Waterlase and CEREC technology, along with the classic occlusal theory of the masters. He is a 1971 graduate of West Virginia University School of Dentistry, and continued with occlusal therapy and cosmetic continuums on an ongoing basis. He has published on various topics in dental journals and is an adjunct instructor for dental students and residents in local free clinics and a hospital-based residency program. He has helped spearhead local Missions of Mercy programs, and represents the area component as board member to the Virginia Dental Association.


At the end of this presentation you will be able to:

  • Chronicle a story for reaching your retirement goals
  • Explore what your current situation is right now
  • Have a reality check about your finances
  • Create a roadmap to adequate resources for retirement
  • Identify the resources and experts you need to engage
  • Execute your retirement plan
  • Understand the endpoint of retirement
  • Realize the time to start is NOT age 55


3200 South University Drive, HPD Terry Building , Fort Lauderdale Florida 3332 Room 1247 2nd Floor

Using the HPD Parking garage to start, locate the elevators on the first floor near the reception desk. Take the elevator to the second floor room where the room will be located immediately to your right.

(Follow directional sign from multi-level parking lot, no fee/decal required to park).

Directional signs will be placed.



These items are NOT required for the course and will not be shared with others. Intended for participants’ own work and will make the content more meaningful.

  • Profit & Loss Statement
  • Income & Expense report for last year
  • Personal Budget


“Before any doctor transitions out of their private practice they need to hear Dr. David

Black’s captivating story.” Ann C. Huffman, Executive Director Piedmont Dental Society

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