Law In Business: A diversified approach
With many of the UK's law firms celebrating substantial increases in profits per partner, thoughts now turn to partners' personal financial affairs and what to do with this year's extra cash. John Porteous and Karen Liddell offer their advice
Professional individuals are often so involved in the running of their practices, or indeed the specific requirements of their clients, that they overlook the need to spend time managing their personal financial affairs – or perhaps of greater importance – thinking over issues that they would be well-advised to plan for.
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