How to Get Affordable Health Insurance for Your Small Law Firm

If you have individual health insurance, you may have learned the hard way that the individual market lacks stability. The group market, on the other hand, is lower cost and provides more stable insurance options. Yet, many don't know it is an option for their one-person business.

Tax Considerations & Benefits for Law Firms

Whether you're a partner or an associate in a law firm, the Internal Revenue Service has rules that apply specifically to you as well as several opportunities. Following is a list of tax provisions that affect attorneys in particular.

Do You Need a CFO for Your Law Firm?

Your firm’s financial health is as important as the quality legal work that you provide. You may not be a financial genius, but that’s okay. Click through to learn more about the possibility of working with a virtual CFO.

How to "Right-Size" Your Law Firm

Most people know what the word "downsizing" means. There may be job cuts or layoffs and, ultimately, employees will be out of work. If downsizing means releasing employees, what does "right-sizing" mean? Click through to lean more and see how this process could help your law firm succeed.

Will Your Law Practice Be Affected by New Leasing Standards?

As of January 1, 2020, all leases, including short-term leases, must be recorded on your company's balance sheet. What does the new Financial Accounting Standards Board standard mean for your business? Click through for an introduction to this complex new series of rules.

Due Diligence for Law Firm Mergers

If your firm is thinking about a merger or acquisition, you need to consider multiple aspects of this process. Even if you're not ready to merge just yet, it's prudent to understand what information a potential partner will want to review. Click through for an introduction to law firm mergers.

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