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January 1, 2020
Avoiding Conflicts with Your Clients about Your Legal Fees
The attorney client relationship can be a tenuous one. A positive experience can be great for referrals, which is the best way to grow your client […]
December 17, 2019
Why Your Law Firm Should Accept Credit Cards
At least 75% of Americans have a credit card and that number is rising. If your law firm is only accepting cash, check, or money order […]
December 10, 2019
It’s Time to End That Toxic Relationship with Your Accountant
You’ve been with them forever, but they’re consistently late, costing you money, forcing you to pay fines because they missed something crucial. The list can go […]
December 10, 2019
Your Business Credit Score: Why it’s Important & How to Give it a Boost
Now that you’re running your own business, you deserve credit for all the great work that you’re doing. When you need a loan or insurance policy, […]
November 26, 2019
What To Do If Your Law Firm’s Books Are a Mess
You’re buried under a caseload that doesn’t seem to let up. Your paralegals are swamped. You’re due in court in the morning and have to meet […]
November 26, 2019
Your Guide to Understanding Business Accounting Terms
At your latest budget meeting, did you get lost in the maze of terminology? Or worse, did the alphabet fly at you in a flurry of […]
November 19, 2019
End of the Year Accounting Tips for Law Firms
2020 is fast approaching, and with it a clear vision for a profitable future. But before you can embrace the new decade, you have to close […]
October 30, 2019
Top 5 Law Firm Bookkeeping Challenges and How to Overcome Them
  Law firms have unique bookkeeping challenges. In addition to all the facets of a business like payroll, utilities, supplies, and expenses, they also have to […]
October 29, 2019
The Importance of the Attorney Trust Three Way Reconciliation Report
Most accounts are reconciled between two forms of documentation. The classic example is with a checking account. You keep a running account of the checks you […]