For over 15 years, the folks at Intuit have tried to make running a business easier and simpler by taking what matters most to the business owners and simplifying the tasks associated with that business. In the long run, this gives business owners the time and resources to focus on what they do best: running their business.

In the practice of law — which we normally don’t think of as a business — it’s really no different. We have motions to present, clients to call and a number of other things to do without having to worry about bookkeeping or our clients’ checks and trust accounts. With the 2008 versions of QuickBooks, Intuit is again serving the profession with small business financial software that includes a number of new and enhanced features, all with a focus on making the most critical jobs for our law office — and our accountants — quicker, easier and more helpful.

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