Which is better!? Cash vs Accrual Accounting

 Entrepreneurs are often confused by the different accounting methods used to run a business. Have you found yourself wondering if you should be on a different method of accounting, asking yourself:  Which is better Cash Basis or Accrual?  Take comfort in knowing that you’re not alone in trying to figure this one out. The main difference in […]

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Can I use QuickBooks for my Law firm practice?

When I chat with attorneys, especially with the single attorney type of practice, they ask me this question all the time.  “Can I just use QuickBooks alone to run my firm to track my trust accounting?” The simple answer is yes, it’s entirely possible to do that. But the real question is, how much time […]

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Tea and Cookies & with the IRS? Avoiding IRS Pitfalls

  It’s tax season! ….“UuuuggGH!” If that’s how you and your law firm associates are feeling these days, I get it. Totally understandable. After all, you’re the superheroes that sort out complicated messes, save people’s houses from being foreclosed upon and often untangle the most mysterious of stories (…only to find “it was the Professor […]

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Trust Accounting and the Negative Nellies

      Who is Negative Nellie? It could be argued that many attorneys would know, especially while representing some rather over-the-top-disgruntled clientele. In addition to the attitude of that particular client, any client who also has a negative balance on their trust account could be considered “negative” as well. LOL! 😉       […]

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Manage Workflows in QuickBooks Advanced

Like a kid in a candy store, there seem to be more and more things popping up in my accounting platform. One that I have been excited about because it allowed me not to have to add an app because the feature is “baked in” is the new Manage Workflows. When you work with attorneys, […]

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