The Critical Challenges of Using QuickBooksTM Online for Law Firms
The name QuickBooks is trusted in many industries, but unfortunately for law firms, it can have many shortcomings.
QuickBooks presents unique challenges to law firms because lawyers are bound by specific regulations and specialized accounting needs. In this three-part article, trusted law firm consultant and QuickBooks for Law Firms author Caren Schwartz takes a look at the critical challenges faced by law firms using QBO including:
Trust Accounting Challenges
Legal Billing Challenges
Client Cost Tracking
About the Author
Caren Schwartz is the founder of Time & Cents Consultants, LLC and an associate of 35*45 Consulting Global. She specializes in helping legal and other service professionals select, install and get the most out of their practice management, billing, accounting, and other firm-specific technologies.
Caren is an Advanced Certified Pro Advisor for QuickBooks® and a certified consultant for a number of popular legal practice management systems including CosmoLex. She is a member of the Intuit Accounting Professionals Trainer and Writers Network and has taught classes for Solo Practice University, SCORE, Scaling New Heights and The Sleeter Group. Caren regularly writes reviews and articles for Technolawyer® and the Insightful Accountant. She is also the author of the book QuickBooks for Law Firms.
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