Attorneys who manage general legal practices, real estate closings, litigation or employment law are all at risk of making bookkeeping mistakes which could be catastrophic for both the lawyers and their clients. To avoid serious consequences for your legal firm’s related income taxes and licensing, you need to retain both a CPA and bookkeeper who are experts in managing the finances of legal practices.
As expert bookkeepers, we proactively help our attorneys avoid these two common pain points as well as many others.
Overall, we help attorneys...
- Focus on the business rather than in the business for growth and expansion.
- Have more consistent and accurate reports for better business decision making.
- Enjoy more time with family and friends.
“As an attorney, I have special accounting and reporting requirements to manage retainers, track earnings and document expenses. For over 10 years, I’ve trusted Karen and her team of small business advisors to help me administratively meet all the American Bar Association fiduciary mandates.”
Alysa F., Attorney-at-Law, Hawaii