Accounts for Solicitors

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Taylor & Francis Group, Jan 1, 1999 - Accounting - 335 pages
A practical introduction to the principles of double entry book-keeping for students with little or no prior knowledge or learning in the subject. The text extends this basic learning by examining solicitors' book-keeping principles and concepts. Solicitors' book-keeping is addressed from two perspectives: recording transactions; and the duty of those who work in legal firms to comply with the Solicitors' Accounts Rules 1978 and how they go about this responsibility using audit trails and information systems.

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