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Speakers: Erica Birstler, Vice President at CosmoLex Legal

Let’s face it—nobody actually likes dealing with their law firm’s financials. In fact, it’s probably safe to assume it’s the cause of many headaches and frustrations for those who are not specifically trained to handle them. Fortunately, legal accounting and billing do not have to be as cumbersome as they are; it all comes down to using the right tools (which doesn’t always mean the most popular tools).

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Join the upcoming webinar, “Top 3 Reasons To Stop Using QuickBooks at Your Law Firm,” to learn how using QuickBooks and QuickBooks Online for your financial needs could actually be hurting your firm, and how switching to an alternative could be exactly what you need to get back on track. You’ll walk away with an understanding of the compliance and efficiency challenges you face when using QuickBooks and other general accounting software, and how to find the right solution for your law firm’s financials.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the unique financial needs of law firm
  • Identify common compliance and practice management obstacles
  • Know what to look for in an alternative accounting solution

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