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Your business plan should be unique to your practice. To guide you, below are common sections included in most business plans.
Write the executive summary last, because it should be an at-a-glance CliffNotes version of the full business plan. You should not have the information needed to create the Executive Summary until you’ve fully fleshed out the rest of the plan.
Each section from the business plan is summarized in a few sentences.
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