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Section Newsletter Articles From Paul Shaheen

Addition by deduction By Paul Shaheen Law Office Management and Economics, Standing Committee on, September 2011 If employee benefits are becoming unaffordable, how does a firm maintain them? Or at least remain in the position to offer them? 
How to grandfather, or not: A health care reform update By Paul Shaheen Law Office Management and Economics, Standing Committee on, December 2010 By carefully asking the right kinds of questions, and working with a qualified insurance professional in this regard, the analysis that you, and your firm, need to undertake in determining what type of plan is best for its needs will be made a great deal easier.
The wellness train: Time to come aboard By Paul Shaheen Law Office Management and Economics, Standing Committee on, March 2010 Want to put an end to double-digit insurance rate increases? Read on to learn how!
Best kept secrets By Paul Shaheen Law Office Management and Economics, Standing Committee on, September 2008 No matter the size of your practice, be it solo, big or small, attorneys and law firms often struggle with the taxing issue of how to best protect what is arguably your most invaluable asset: your ability to earn an income.
You’re on your own: Risk management tips for running a small firm or going solo By Paul Shaheen Law Office Management and Economics, Standing Committee on, June 2008 Compared to running a large firm, managing a small firm or solo practice can be entirely distinct.

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