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Excel template for payroll in a law firm

Susan Lee's Profile

Example of what I need: City A billable City A non billable City B billable City B non billable and one person that would be 1/2 City A billable and 1/2 City B billable Does this make sense?


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Jaime Campbell
Title: Chief Financial Officer
Company: Tier One Services, LLC
(Chief Financial Officer, Tier One Services, LLC) |


I'd like to help - I've given a lot of templates to people and I'm a Certified Excel Expert in addition to being a CPA. I'm not clear on what you need. Feel free to contact me privately to set up a phone call. I'll open a blank spreadsheet, share my screen with you, and we'll discuss and create something. Let's see what we can do in a 30-minute call.

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Regis Quirin
Title: Director of Finance
Company: Gibney Anthony & Flaherty LLP
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(Director of Finance, Gibney Anthony & Flaherty LLP) |

Jamie - I agree with you. I work in a Law Firm and understand the billing practices. The request is not clear. Variables may include - Billable - hourly, fee cap, fixed fee; flat fee; Non-Billable - administrative, pro-bono, straight write-off. Each activity is by Matter. A system solution is to break-up the fee options by sub-matters under the general matter. But without the details, I am just throwing out ideas that may or may not be useful.


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