Money & Credit

Money Management

Whether you're still a student, a new D.C. or an established D.C., how you manage your personal and practice finances will be a key factor in your success. That's because managing your money responsibly is critical in achieving sound financial footing for your practice. Working with your attorney and financial advisor will also be instrumental in the financial well-being of your practice.

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