6 BOOKKEEPING MISTAKES COSTING ATTORNEYS MONEY & HOW TO AVOID THEM

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You went to law school, not business school.

Bookkeeping doesn’t come naturally to most people, and legal bookkeeping adds an entirely new level of complexity.   You probably never imagined the business side of things would occupy so much of your time, and your time is much better spent working on behalf of your clients anyway.  
  • Do you have a stack full of receipts piling up in a shoebox somewhere?
 
  • Are you afraid of what you might discover, come tax season?
 
  • Would you even know if an employee was embezzling?
 

You already know, one day soon, you’ll have no choice but to bite the bullet and get your books in order – but the best time to start is right now!


Stop letting bad bookkeeping determine the fate of your firm.

We’ve compiled a list of the 6 most common bookkeeping mistakes that make it impossible to keep your firm’s finances in order.

 

Each is accompanied by an easily implemented solution that will get you out of the weeds, and back in control of your finances, securing the health of your business going forward.

 

You’ll learn…

 
  • The 6 bookkeeping errors that could land you in business and tax trouble.
  • How you can easily keep an eye on every dollar coming in and out of your practice.
  • Why legal bookkeeping is different from other forms of accounting.

Bonus Mistake: Poor Expense Tracking

Why it’s bad: You need to be able to find any and all receipts when you get audited.

 

Solution: Take a picture of your receipts so you don’t lose them and put them in cloud storage.

 

Want more? Find 6 additional mistakes your law practice should avoid at all costs, in our free ebook


Stop making the same mistakes I have seen so many other attorneys make!

Hello! My name is Brandy Derrick, and I started my bookkeeping business in 2001, so I could help solo practitioners and small law firms grow.   See my husband was in a motorcycle accident a couple of years ago and without the help of an attorney, we would have never been reimbursed for his medical expenses.   I’ve seen all the good that attorneys do, and know how vital they are to their clients. I’ve also seen practices make the same mistakes over and over again, sometimes putting them out of business.   I want to help. I want you to grow your law practice so you can help more clients. I hope the revelations in my newly released ebook will free you up to do what you do best.

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