4 ways to secure your finances in 2016
Money matters to law firms. From trust accounts to tax compliance, there’s more to running a law firm than issuing invoices and cashing checks. Firms have to manage multiple bank accounts, periods of funds lockdown, and work-in-progress billing. Lawyers need to be money managers as well as litigators to organize all of this. Do you have the skills and tools to handle your law firm’s finances?
Join Joshua Lenon, Clio’s lawyer in residence and Micky Deming from Kahuna Accounting, as they review the four steps law firms need to take to secure their finances in 2016 including:
- Getting systematized and organized financially
- Implementing Trust Accounting best practices
- Preparing for tax season
- Maximizing time through use of tools or service providers
Joshua Lenon, Lawyer in Residence, Clio
Mickey Deming, Director, Kahuna Accounting
Need to organize your law firm’s finances? Clio helps thousands of lawyers with billing, invoices, expense tracking, & trust accounts.