Did you know that you can set a timekeeper’s rate to change as of a specific date? This means that the software will automatically apply the correct rate based on the fee’s date, allowing you to continue entering time like normal.   Read More...


How do I bill a client a flat amount for the work I perform?   Read More...


Is it time to review billing rates? The Client Rate Report allows you print a list of clients, along with their default billing rates.   Read More...


Video of the Month: How Rates Work

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Most offices have standard hourly billing rates that they charge clients. Of course, there are also those special client whose rates differ from the standard rates, but what options are there for customizing rates?   Read More...


A timekeeper’s hourly rate will be changing in the near future. Can I set up Tabs3 to automatically start billing at this new rate as of a specific date?   Read More...


When generating a statement for one of our clients, we noticed that the Recap section showed some unexpected rates for a timekeeper working on the matter. An attorney who charges $100 an hour showed four different rates ($100.02, $100.03, $99.97 and $99.99). Why is this?   Read More...


We have a client who is supposed to be billed $0.12 for copies rather than our usual $0.15. However, there are many costs that have been entered with the wrong rate. Is there a way we can easily change all of them at once?   Read More...


It’s officially a new year! In the fuss of all your regular year-end tasks, don’t forget to review these sometimes overlooked items: Timekeeper Rates, Timekeeper Profitability Figures, Client and Task Based Billing Budgets, and General Ledger Budgets!   Read More...