Clio Free Webinar: Money Matters for Law Firms

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8 March 2016


Clio 200Clio, the world’s leading cloud-based legal practice management system, and Kahuna Accounting, experts in law firm accounting, present a free webinar in which they’ll discuss four ways to secure your finances in 2016.

Money matters to law firms. From client accounts to tax compliance, there’s more to running a law firm than issuing invoices and cashing cheques. Firms have to manage multiple bank accounts, periods of funds lockdown, and work-in-progress billing. Legal professionals need to be money managers as well as litigators to organise all of this.

Join Clio’s Lawyer-in-Residence, Joshua Lennon, and Micky Deming from Kahuna Accounting, as they review the four steps law firms need to take to secure their finances in 2016 including:

  • Getting systematised and organised financially
  • Implementing accounting best practices
  • Preparing for tax season
  • Maximising time through use of tools or service providers

RSVP now for Money Matters for Law Firms, taking place on Tuesday 8th March at 7pm GMT.



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