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Equipment Financing | Working Capital Loans

Oakmont Capital Services

Financing for new and refurbished equipment should be simple. At Oakmont Capital Services (OCS), our optical and medical finance professionals focus on providing a seamless, streamlined process because we know doctors’ time is valuable.


Work with us to access personal service from a trusted equipment finance partner. We offer:

  • A Dedicated Account Rep
  • Flexible Terms
  • No Money Down
  • Virtual Financing via E-Docs
  • Structured Terms for Troubled Credit
  • Delayed Payment Options
  • Terms Based on Credit Approval

Contact: Tabitha Renneker | trenneker@oakmontfinance.com  | 320-435-0028 

PEO | HR | Payroll

EyeDeal Solutions


Owning and running a practice is already tough enough. You have enough on your plate trying to provide the best patient care, staying fully staffed and juggling all the back-office headaches that simply do not generate any revenue for the practice. Introducing EyeDeal Solutions, the practice owner’s new best friend. At EyeDeal Solutions, we match you with the best fitting Professional Employer Organization (PEO) 


  • HR: Reduce or eliminate employee-related paperwork that drains your valuable time and conduct HR activities securely and efficiently.

  • Benefits: Attract and retain top talent with access to Fortune-50 type benefits like Health and medical, dental, life insurance, long and short-term disability, employee assistance programs, 401(k), and yes, even pet insurance! 

  • Payroll: Our PEO partners provide accurate and reliable payroll, payroll tax filings, manage deductions, simplify time-tracking, and help you get a handle on compliance and reports. In addition, they will also streamline employment verification, onboarding, PTO approval, and employee access to paystubs, W-2s, and benefits info.

  • Workers’ Compensation: Get access to cost-efficient coverage and hand off the administration and coordination of your claims. No more deposits or audits to drain your time.

Contact: John Wiley, Founder and CEO: john@eyedealsolutions.com

 

Sunday, October 16 | 9am PST/12:00pm EST (1 hour)


We are excited to launch this 4-part webinar series to teach optometrists how to get away from the shackles of VCPs and launch their practice into maximum profitability. Over the course of 4 months, we will dive in your own specific obstacles and come up with a detailed plan on how to be successful.

In this final session, you've made a decision and have been working to make it the right call, how do you know when it's working and when it isn't? We will teach you how measure results & overcome mindset obstacles.


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