- Regular bank reconciliations confirm the accuracy of information posted to your accounts system – regular reconciliations are the only way to ensure an accurate system
- Once your bank accounts are reconciled, you can produce all reports needed for Law Society inspections, accountants and your own office management requirements quickly, easily and accurately
- Regular reconciliations allow the early identification of any errors. If identified and rectified quickly, they may be considered trivial breaches or minor clerical errors and as such give no immediate cause for concern in the accountant’s report to the Law Society
- An up to date and accurate accounts system means reconciliations can be completed within the 2 months of the period end date, as required by the Law Society
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