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! 😉     According to Pedro Chopite, an English enthusiast […]

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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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Work in Process – Law Firm Accounting

Work in Process

Work in Process (WIP):  Who knew you could rely on an 80’s rock band to impart such inspiration for law firm accounting? A WIP report is something you can find in LeanLaw reports, and it stands for “Work In Progress”! The WIP report is a valuable commodity that can be used as collateral to obtain […]

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New Year New YOU, Thanks to Budgeting

2020 is the year to have a BIG vision. It’s also the year your big vision may require BIG TIME budgeting skills because seeing your financials clearly is what makes your everyday activity result in prosperous outcomes. Have you taken the time to work on your new business plan? Have you built out a budget […]

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QuickBooks Online Advanced and Law Firms: A Winning Combination

Expanding law firms that are adding attorneys and locations are often in real need of professional accounting guidance. To address that need, Artesani Bookkeeping specializes in serving these clients. Recently, a fast-growing immigration law firm approached my firm for one-time help, transitioning from antiquated proprietary desktop software to the best cloud-based accounting software for law […]

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Clean up a Law Firm Client Messy Books

It’s the Messy File Time of Year! In the past few weeks, we have been doing some repeats of popular videos from my archives. For my first post of 2020, I was going to dig into a law firm client with messy books. As we navigate through the settings, you may notice that I have […]

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