Avoid non-compliance due to potential changes to trust accounting regulations and laws. Learn how to protect your bottom line in our latest whitepaper.
A law firm is a business, but unfortunately financial responsibilities are often de-prioritized compared to getting, managing, and retaining new law firm clients. Accounting becomes a hard-to-navigate aspect of law firm operations, and without a proper system in place, lawyers are oftentimes inadvertently at risk for vulnerabilities due to poor practices.
Is your firm unintentionally misclassifying funds or entering data incorrectly? Our whitepaper, “Time is Money: Avoiding the Pitfalls of Poor Accounting Practices,” explains common mistakes such as these that law firms make when maintaining financial records.