Time and money are so interchangeable these days. We started exchanging time for money at our first few jobs where we clocked in to start getting paid and when we clocked out, the money stopped. Now that you own a law practice you have access to this new way to view time as it relates to money because you now have residual power. Residual money is not money you clock in and out for, it’s the money you receive because you have created a service supported by systems and aided by people (that are not you) that removes your money’s dependency on your hours. But the quest to discovering your residual money formula is more complex than just clocking in and out. Learn more.
When you look at your financials you should quickly see the picture they paint of your legal business’s performance. Your financials should serve as a confirmation of your financial positioning, a tool in which to measure your goal progression, and a compass guiding you into your financial future. Do yours?