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Scottish Law Accountant

January 21, 2013 Posted by Lynne Moffatt

I love figures, accounting and QuickBooks! I find law accountancy fascinating in it’s many aspects, but particularly cashroom administration.

During my work as a Scottish Law Accountant I sense that some smaller law firms and sole practitioner lawyers seem to be ‘frightened’ of their accounts and tend to bury their heads in the sand if they are unsure how to proceed. Even if they are lucky enough to have the inclination, they certainly do not have the time to devote to developing new ways to make their accounts easier.

Many firms may waste money by employing a full-time legal cashier (if they are lucky enough to find a suitably experienced one!) to help them understand and meet their accounting responsibilities, when actually that cashier may be able to complete their accounting duties in perhaps 1 to 2 hours per day.  The rest of their employed time is padded out with jobs unrelated to accounting.

I am a QuickBooks ProAdvisor, and continue to use the software to run and/or advise many legal firm’s accounts – on firm and client monies.

Whether you’re looking to set-up or simplify, consider By the Books Accounting Assistance.

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