You can find a list of the 20 legal practice management software programs for small law firms here.
Is your firm having trouble syncing calendars and contact lists across its mobile devices? If your firm uses or wants to use AbacusLaw as its legal practice management software, then AbacusSync may be the solution you are looking for to synchronize that data. You can learn more about AbacusSync here.
Restaurant owners have some unique accounts that will need to be set up for them to keep up with their books. You can learn more about what accounts a restaurant owner will need in the income statement section of their chart of accounts here.
Restaurant owners have some unique accounts that will need to be set up for them to keep up with their books. You can learn more about what accounts restaurant owners will need in the balance sheet section of their chart of accounts here.
Practicing attorneys will need to maintain some basic account books and records for their law firms. To learn the basics records that law firms have on file, you can read the article “Law Firm Accounting Records: Best Practices“.
If your law firm has IOLTA accounts, you can find instructions on how to set up a chart of accounts in QuickBooks to ensure you have the accounts you need to handle the trust accounting for client’s funds in this article.
Note: The rules governing IOLTA accounts vary from state to state. Therefore, you should contact your State Bar Association or counsel to ensure your compliance with your state’s particular requirements.
As an attorney, you may receive advanced deposits or retainers from your clients. If you and your law firm use QuickBooks, you can follow these instructions to record your retainers and apply them to your clients’ invoices.