When it comes to legal accounting, law firms often make the same mistakes. Legal accounting best practices should be part of every firm’s regular activity, but it is especially important at year-end. A lot can go wrong in the chaos of year-end legal accounting and preparation is key to avoiding costly mistakes.
Download this infographic to learn the top 10 year-end accounting pitfalls you should avoid.
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