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When creating a new invoice, do you ever wish our legal billing software would automatically suggest the next invoice number for you?
Easy Legal Billing is proud to debut the new Desktop Time Tracking Application for current subscribers of our legal billing software. Users can find a link to download the free desktop time tracking app in the Tools section when logged … Continue reading
Based on feedback from attorneys using our legal billing software, we’ve made a change in the way the invoice due date is calculated. The invoice no longer contains an “invoice due date.” We’ve changed this to simply show the date … Continue reading
How do you edit a matter after it has been created? This is a question we frequently get asked by many of our Easy Legal Billing subscribers, so we decided to put together a simple tutorial. 1. Click on Clients
This morning we released several updates to our software that should make using our system even easier and more intuitive. All of these features were the result of feedback from clients like you, so keep them coming!
Today we launched an updated reporting tool for our users. This new reporting system will allow for a host of new capabilities and will also allow us to generate additional reports much more quickly.
We are happy to announce some new features that some of you have been clamoring for. Retainer Billing Partial Payments Retainer Billing With our new retainer (aka trust account) billing feature, you now have the ability to assign a retainer … Continue reading
This morning we’ve updated our software to provide a few new reports and an additional printing option. When you visit the Reporting section of our application, you’ll now see two new reports you can run on your data: A Matter … Continue reading