Why You Should Build the Cost of Doing Business Into Your Fee

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Why You Should Build the Cost of Doing Business Into Your Fee

Credit card merchant fees (“check out” fees) are back in the news with the recent preliminary class action settlement between retailers and credit card giants Visa and MasterCard. Lawyers who accept credit cards often ask whether they can pass these fees on to their clients.  It is unlikely the settlement will change the landscape for lawyers, but I’d like to set that discussion aside for a moment and focus on something more fundamental: how should lawyers treat costs not related to a specific client matter?

via Why You Should Build the Cost of Doing Business Into Your Fee | Oregon Law Practice Management.

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