With the way 2020 is going, the last thing you need is to add to the chaos by waiting until the last minute to complete your firm’s year-end accounting. Reviewing your law firm’s financials isn’t something that should be performed just once a year, either.
It’s important to regularly review and have a deep understanding of your financial health to ensure that errors will be caught and performance can be analyzed. Always knowing the status of your business allows for adequate planning and, if necessary, a change of course before it is too late
Download this checklist now to get 2020 Year-end Accounting Checklist for Law Firms.
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Rebecca Norton | On Point Legal, Louisiana
We needed to find an alternative solution to PCLaw, as we were moving to a cloud-based system. It appeared the employees at CosmoLex had more experience in migrating the data from PCLaw to CosmoLex.
Andrea C. Kryszak | Kryszak & Associates, Co., LPA
Using a third-party platform for accounting didn’t make sense anymore…conflict check approach is good and I like the ability to handle my accounting within the case management software.
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