Accounting and Tax Services for Law Firms
Lawyers are notoriously known for their busy schedules. For most, the days are filled with client calls and e-mails, legal research, reviewing case details, drafting motions, depositions, and hearings. Those involved with estate and trust law, alternatively, may be spending their time drafting trust agreements, preparing wills, updating accountings, and helping clients and their loved ones otherwise ensure their affairs are in order. No matter the area of practice, the days are long, and the administrative load can be heavy.
Why do lawyers need accounting services?
At Gulla CPA we understand the importance of your time and are passionate about helping our legal clients reduce their managerial burden. We provide full-service accounting solutions for small and mid-size law firm and their hard-working owners. Our goal is to help you get a clear view of your finances, reduce your workload, and be the go-to resource for tax matters for your clients, so that you can make informed decisions for your business and focus your energy on what matters the most.
At Gulla CPA, We Offer:
- Bookkeeping services
- Budgeting assistance
- Business tax preparation
- Cash flow analysis
- Compilations and Reviews
- Employee Retention Credit calculation (2020 – 2021 tax years)
- Financial statement preparation
- Individual, estate, and trust tax return preparation
- Payroll management
- Tax consultation
Other Industries We Serve
Our team of experienced tax and accounting professionals is ready to help your law firm achieve the financial success it deserves.
For more information about our tax and accounting services for lawyers and law firms, please fill out the contact form below and one of our tax and accounting professionals will be in touch shortly.
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