Month: March 2019

How to use our household finances Excel spreadsheet to stay on top of your savings during tax season

It’s tax season again! April 15 is right around the corner, and you might be getting ready to write a check to the IRS (ugh) or trying to figure out what to do with a refund check (yes!). If so, having a spreadsheet like this at your fingertips to calculate credit card payoff balances and utilization rates, cash flow, savings, and your net worth is critical to staying on track with your financial goals once April 15 comes and goes. It’s priced at $25, which we think you’ll agree is a fair price once you dig into the template, start using it, and see your net worth and cash flow management skills increase. What gets measured gets improved!

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What is the future for in-house corporate counsel practice in the era of legal tech, AI, and outsourcing?

What does the push for AI and automation in contract reviews and corporate law practice mean for lawyers in the trenches, many of whom have already seen colleagues in other parts of their organizations get outsourced? In this article, we argue that educating senior management about the limitations of AI is more critical to ensuring long-term in-house lawyer viability than vetting new products, which should have a long way to go before they replace lawyers entirely.

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