October 22, 2014

Getting Paid: Using Credit Cards at Your Solo or Small Firm

Setting up and managing a credit card system at your firm is not as simple as it sounds. This week, I presented a one-hour program at CBA-CLE about everything you need to know to get started, from setting up the machine, managing acceptance of your clients’ cards, and getting paid, to the myriad of ethical implications involved when you accept credit cards in your practice. The program also looked at the fees and costs associated with using credit cards, how you should document the transactions, and how to contact merchant companies.

I invite you to check out the credit card information sheets that I use in my practice. They are provided below, and hopefully you will find them helpful in getting your own credit card system in place. And, in case you missed the presentation, you can also view my Five-Minute Mentor video below or you can access the homestudies here.

Solo/Small Firm Credit Card Documentation

Brian Popp has been in solo law practice since 2005. His practice is litigation based, and includes family law, real estate, collections, civil litigation, estate planning, and criminal defense. Brian is a former chair of the Denver Bar Association Young Lawyers Division, a former chair of the Solo Small Firm Section of the Colorado Bar Association, and was a member of the COBALT steering committee for its inaugural year in 2007.

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  1. [...] See what presenter Brian Popp’s takeaways from his presentation are in the video below. Also, you can see the forms he uses at his firm here (special thanks to CBA CLE Legal Connection). [...]

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