Law Society blog - finance
Here are all the posts tagged with "finance".
23 January 2018
With more than US $3 billion being raised by way of Initial Coin Offering (ICO) in 2017 and the price of Bitcoin breaking through the US $19,000 mark (and dramatically falling again), interest in ICOs and cryptocurrencies is at an all-time high.
14 November 2017
Professionals from all walks of life tend to be so focused on helping their own clients that they often leave little time to plan for themselves. The journey to a career in law is as demanding as it is potentially rewarding, and it’s essential that sufficient time is allocated to financially plan for your future. The best plans are always started early.
18 October 2017
On Saturday 22 May 2010 in Jacksonville, Florida, Laszlo Hanyecz made a revolutionary transaction: he bought two Domino's pizzas for the equivalent of $41. This was the first ever purchase made using the digital currency Bitcoin.
25 April 2017
Data from the Law Management Section’s 2017 Financial Benchmarking Survey shows continued improvements for most participants, but there are warning signs that some practices are slipping back into bad habits, warns Andy Harris
28 March 2017
Now that spring is officially here, you may be planning to spring-clean your home. But what about your business? Accountant Rosy Rourke highlights eight elements of your business to address.
30 November 2016
Steve Deutsch, chief executive of Wesleyan Bank, offers his top five tips to help law firms stay on top of their finances.
12 August 2016
Richard Roberts details the warning signs of financial abuse of the elderly, what practitioners should look out for, and the steps they can take where such abuse is exposed.
06 April 2016
Andy Harris looks at the results of this year's Financial Benchmarking Survey.