Six Useful Tips
1. Decide Who Will Do What
When deciding who will do what, the first “who” in this equation is the lawyer. Some lawyers prefer to be more hands-on while disinclination curtails the approach of others. Once you gain understanding on your firm’s bookkeeping needs, decide which aspects you are willing to tackle yourself, the rest will become delegated. Delegation can be to in-house staff or to an outside bookkeeping company.