Streamlining Private Practice | A Guest Post from Erin M. Ruston
There is so much involved in running a private practice. We try to get all our ducks in a row with picking the right name, deciding what type of entity we want to be, where we want to practice, start up costs, etc, that we sometimes don’t think about some of the basics-organizing.
When I started my practice almost 7 years ago with my business partner, I was working another full-time job. So, I would go to my office 6-9 pm 2 days a week after work to see clients and do most of my paperwork at home. I would be up all hours trying to come up with how I wanted to set up my paperwork, researching client base and referral sources, fees, and all the important… Click Here to read full article.