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Financial Management for Solicitors and the Solictiors' Accounts Rules

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ISBN13: 9781845927714
ISBN: 1845927710
Published: December 2002
Publisher: Bloomsbury Professional
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print

Financial Management for Solicitors and the Solicitors' Accounts Rules brings together, for the first time, these two highly important areas in one handbook. This is an essential reference source for partners and practice managers in law firms, practising accountants either working in or advising law firms, as well as auditors who deal with solicitors' accounts.

Part 1: Solicitors' Account Rules: Containing all the relevant legislation, this part takes a hands-on approach to the rules by including practical tips and all the testing required to ensure compliance.

  • Client bank accounts
  • Interest
  • Accounting systems and records
  • Monitoring and investigation by the Law Society
  • Accountant's report and checklist
  • Commencement of rules
  • General rules
  • Recommended work programme

Part 2: Financial Management for Solicitors: This part concentrates on the areas of financial management which particularly affect solicitors' firms. Aimed at improving practice efficiency and profitability the following chapters are included:

  • Partnership capital
  • Partnership current accounts
  • Taxation of partnerships
  • VAT
  • Taxation of employees and other workers
  • Cashflows and budgeting
  • Selection of software