Many small law firms start their business with a bank account, a spreadsheet, and a vague idea of what bookkeeping means. But the task of maintaining a law practice as well as keeping track of the business’s finances soon becomes overwhelming and frustrating, costing you time and money. Knowing when to transition from taking care of the books yourself to hiring a professional can be tough, but there is never a better time than now to hire a great bookkeeper to take care of your business. Remember, you’re a lawyer, not a bookkeeper! And that’s ok!