Lawyers who practice solo or in small firms -- the majority in the US legal profession -- often lack the built-in referral sources found in larger firms and feel isolated without an office full of colleagues who can act as sounding boards.
For firms locked into longer-term leases, they may have more space than they will need. Is anyone going to be interested in taking over that space? One possible answer is companies that offer on-demand work space targeted at lawyers.
“Solos,” and small firms up to nine lawyers, today comprise the majority of the U.S.’s 1.3 million lawyers. See how one solo attorney improved her overall efficiency and grew her practice using a virtual office.
Many people think they can take a home office deduction, but that isn't always the case. At-home workers need to pay particular attention to the complex rules. Click through to see who can take this deduction and under what circumstances.
The IRS and SBA continue to release additional guidance on the PPP that is applicable to those applying for loans and those who already have them. Click through for key clarifications in this important but complicated program.