The successful implementation of a document assembly system for a law office requires a good concept, the right people, the relevant expertise, adequate tools and an effective process. The scope of the project should be identified before designing the system. It is important to identify the amount of discrete documents the system will handle, decide on the system's features and the help features it will need. The users should be identified as well as they documents they will produce. The system should be planned to accommodate future needs. It should be implemented in stages and tested thoroughly before final implementation.
Publication Name: Law Office Computing
The pension provisions in the new UK income tax treaty: good news and bad news
The impact on expatriates of an income tax treaty signed in 2001 between the US and the United Kingdom is analyzed. The treaty's provisions are compared to those of the treaty in force since 1980. Special attention is paid the new treaty's complete overhaul of pension rules.
Publication Name: Corporate Taxation
Worker classification hits home for accounting firms
The author discusses legal aspects of worker classification for accounting firms.
Publication Name: Practical Tax Strategies
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