WHAT’S AT STAKE IF YOU CHOOSE NOT TO USE A CPA AND THE IMPORTANCE OF USING AN EXPERIENCED CPA
You will be spending valuable time on doing your firm’s books and taxes:
As an attorney, time is money. It is important that you do what you can to streamline non-billable tasks as much as possible.
Your firm could be losing money:
Your profitability depends on you keeping as many of your working hours focused on billable, profitable work.
The smartest investment you can make for your law firm is to bring in an experienced CPA that specializes in working with attorneys and law firms to analyze your financial operations and give advice on your systems and processes.
Making costly mistakes:
We may uncover mistakes and inefficiencies that could save you thousands of dollars and hours of precious time.