Accounts for Solicitors is a practical introduction to a subject that all practising solicitors need to understand. The text is divided into two parts: the first explains fundamental accounting concepts to allow students to read and interpret end of year accounts; the second deals with the accounts of solicitors and, in particular, the need to account for a client’s money.
Written in simple, non-technical language, Accounts for Solicitors provides a clear and comprehensive introduction to this complex subject with worked examples, self-test sections and key learning points at the end of each chapter to help illustrate and reinforce the unfamiliar, and often difficult, concepts involved.
Part II of the book has been updated to take account of HMRC’s guidance in the VAT Manual on what constitutes a disbursement for VAT and includes additional SRA examples of factors which may lead to a qualified accountant’s report.
Double Entry Bookkeeping
Introduction to Company Accounts
Company Accounts: Regulation and Format
Analysis of Accounts
The SRA Accounts Rules 2019
Entries for Recording Simple Client Transactions
Value Added Tax
Splitting Cheques, Mixed Receipts and Dealing with Bills
Accounting to the Client for Interest
Accounting Problems for Solicitors
Extracts from the SRA Accounts Rules 2019
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