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Friday, August 04, 2006

Lawyers and bankers

Here's a nice piece from ABA's Law Practice Today that discusses how lawyers should "partner-up" with bankers. It has three nice sections on cash flow management, bank loans, and handling credit card payments. It's some of that good financial information that too many of us lawyers ignore.


At 8:58 AM, Blogger RJon@HowToMakeItRain.com said...

A recent post about the benefits of accepting credit cards, especially for small law firms that average over $6,000 in cost advances. Also includes information about a credit card processing company that was created by an attorney to take into account trust accouting rules: http://rjonrobins.typepad.com/my_weblog/2006/08/when_not_to_cut.html


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