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Of all the apps out there, don't you love the ones that make you money?
We're not talking about coupons or discounts here. We're talking cash-in-your-pocket profits and returns.
There are plenty, but here are some apps especially for lawyers on the go.
For lawyers, the Clarity app was meant to be. It lets you give advice to people by telephone at a price you set.
You'll have to think about your disclosures when giving legal advice, but how awesome is that? You'll be charging people as you tell them you are not representing them.
Turo is the car version of Airbnb. Basically, you can rent out your vehicle at your price -- liability insurance provided.
So while you are working at the office, your car could be making you money and saving you money on parking. Heck, you could also use JustPark and rent out your parking space.
If you use Lyft to get around, the app has a new feature to track business expenses.
It can send reports directly to your employer for reimbursement. It's not for everybody -- like Uber riders -- but it's a move in the right direction.
If you are a lawyer on the move, there is probably an app for that. If not, there's probably some attorney thinking of one.
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