A lot of people may just be heading off to school now that fall is here, but August at SPU was a month full of learning opportunities!
There are times to raise legal fees, decrease legal fees or leave legal fees alone while revamping how services are delivered. The U.S. Post Office is an example of what NOT to do. Nearly two months ago, this article on the financial crisis facing the U.S. Postal Service caught my eye (and do the read […]
Roman Matatov is a Forensic Accountant and Business Appraiser. He will teach a course called “Principles of Financial Forensics” at Solo Practice University®. Roman Zaurovich Matatov is a Forensic Accountant and Business Appraiser, specializing in business and intellectual property disputes. Mr. Matatov’s practice also includes appraising intangible assets, intellectual properties and business interests; commercial and […]
An old post/column I wrote - e-mail etiquette (or lack thereof) and the impact on clients – led me to check out other technologies which, without policies regarding their use, offend clients and people in general. There was a great archived article in Missed Manners which discusses the impact of poor etiquette when using Blackberries, […]
Wow. I go away for a vacation and all hell breaks loose! (only kidding) But during my vacation week when my big and little guys were asleep after an exhausting day at the beach I learned of Carolyn Elefant’s post on MyShingle.com letting loose on the ABA as an ‘organization’ (not it’s volunteers or staff). […]
Many states are now offering continued unemployment benefits while you start up your own business. This means for those who have been laid off permanently and eligible for unemployment, you can now direct your energies towards starting your solo practice while still receiving your unemployment checks. To receive benefits, you must be able and available […]