Many general accounting programs like QuickBooks allow companies to track the time each attorney spends billable activities for a given client. You can then use the time entries to generate an invoice.
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3. Tracking Time in QuickBooks
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5. How to Include Billable Time on an Invoice in QuickBooks
6. How To Create An Invoice
7. Create an invoice in QuickBooks Desktop
8. Tracking job costs in QuickBooks Desktop
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