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Keeping accurate financial records is essential in the health of any business.  


  • Maintain subsidiary accounts (with specific focus on IOLTA accounts for law firms)

  • Record customer billings

  • Record customer payments

  • Record vendor payments

  • File vendor bills & payment records

  • Update payroll file

  • Make vendor payments

  • Prepare & send invoices

Quarterly / Annually


  • Reconcile accounts 

  • Review aged receivables (past due customer payments)

  • Process & review payroll for approval (biweekly)

  • Meet payroll tax requirements

  • Provide docs to review profit and loss compared to budget and prior years

  • Provide month-end balance sheet

Law Firms:

  • Provide review of resources spent on potential cases (that did not become matters)

  • Provide review of attorney contributions 

  • Provide documents for attorneys to review forecasted cash flow

  • Provide P&L

  • Review aged receivables.  Send to collections as needed

  • Complete IRS forms

  • Review full-year financial reports

  • Review tax return info prior to sending to accountant

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