Here’s a list of the best bookkeeping software for lawyers.
1. XBRLBook Pro – This is one of our favorite accounting programs to use in small law firm offices or solo practitioners. It offers a very sleek, easy to navigate interface and works well with Mac OSX computers as well as Windows PCs. In fact, it’s compatible with both Microsoft Excel and OpenOffice spreadsheets so you can import your books from them directly into XBRLBook rather than creating an entirely new spreadsheet program which is nice when you have 7-10 clients using different systems … all at once! You can download the free trial version here: https://www.xbrlabo…pro/download#free_trial If you decide to purchase this program there are two levels available, Standard ($39) and Professional ($69). The professional version does offer more features that most accountants need but if you just need basic accounts then I would suggest starting out with the standard version because it will let you see how things work before investing many hours learning how everything works under the hood (which takes time anyway!). Once installed on your computer it will automatically create basic financial statements immediately after installation based on information provided by Quickbooks (a similar program used by most non-attorneys). These include; income statement (profit & loss), balance sheet (assets & liabilities), cash flow analysis report (net income minus expenses divided by total assets) along with some other reports that