7December, 2018

Year-End Finances and Legal Accounting [Guest Post]

Every year ends. Don’t miss your opportunity this year to focus on the tasks that can deliver a better financial position next year.
We thank the team at Lawyerist.com for this helpful guest post.

The end of the year is upon us, which means it is time to prepare for the upcoming year. While it can be […]

27June, 2018

Understanding What the 2017 Tax Reform Act Means for Your Law Firm [Webinar]

 BONUS full-hour edition of Webinars for Busy Lawyers, we have two experts ready to help you understand how your law practice might be able to benefit from the tax cuts that took effect at the start of 2018.
On July 10th at noon (eastern) Mary Vandenack and Michael Weaver will present
Understanding What the the 2017 Tax […]

24May, 2018

2018 Tax Reform Essentials for Lawyers [Guest Post]

Tax reform made effective January 1, 2018 brought big changes to the system. Find out how your work and income as a lawyer fits with these provisions until they expire in 2025.
Mary Vandenack and Michael Weaver of Vandenack Weaver LLC presented a bonus edition of Webinars for Busy Lawyers for us in July 2018 on Understanding […]

26January, 2017

How to Start an Innovative Business Plan for Your Law Practice

You need the essential building blocks to create an innovative law practice.
Once you have your vision statement developed, you’re ready start planning to get there. If you still need to identify your vision of career success, find out how to start in this recent post.

A business plan is like a map or outline that explains the big-picture perspective […]

4August, 2016

How to Approach Law Practice Startup Funding

This third post in our Startup Questions series will help you tackle your law practice startup funding.
Unless you are leaving another law firm and you are confident that a steady stream of clients plan to follow you, you’ll need money to cover your startup costs, and if possible, one year of operation and personal living […]

17June, 2016

Got Debt? Student Loan Repayment and Forgiveness Programs for Lawyers [Guest Post]

As you know, it’s not an easy time to graduate from law school. Student debt has reached outrageous sums. Our guest blogger, Andrew Josuweit knows first-hand about student debt, as he watched his own debt rise to $107,000. He decided to do something about it by founding Student Loan Hero, a company that provides easy-to-use […]