An accomplished financial services professional and business consultant, Vince Covino is the founder and President of Legacy Practice Solutions in Boise, Idaho. Mr. Covino and his associates focus on providing expert consulting services for professionals in the chiropractic field. The firm focuses on helping chiropractic professionals navigate issues regarding hiring, tax planning, financial management, office systems implementation, and marketing.

Mr. Covino’s training and professional qualifications cover a range of areas. He studied Economics and Communication at Boise State University. He has published chiropractic articles in a number of magazines and professional journals. Additionally, he has taught courses at Meridian High School, Boise State University, and Brigham Young University.

Since establishing his career as a consultant, Mr. Covino has worked closely with many top chiropractic professionals. To date, he has consulted with more than 320 chiropractors located throughout the nation.

Highly active in his field, Mr. Covino maintains affiliations with a number of professional and charitable organizations. He is a member of the Prudential Annuities Masters Council, the Monarch Society with PLANCO, and the Capital Research All-American Team. In his local community, he serves as Master Chairman of the Boise Idaho Club. Charitable organizations supported by Mr. Covino include the Boy Scouts, the Cub Scouts, and charities associated with the Latter-day Saints.

Vince Covino and his associates at Legacy Practice Solutions are committed to the success of each of their clients. To learn more about the services offered by the firm, visit http://www.legacypracticesolutions.com.

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