Often, the most common source of unbilled costs are the everyday tasks done in your office. Photocopies, faxes, phone calls, and many other tasks can easily be overlooked when entering costs for a client.   Read More...


I ran a Detail Work-in-Process Report and noticed that several of the entries had a status of “U” on them I’m not familiar with that status; what does a “U” status mean?   Read More...


We need to charge the same cost to multiple matters with the same description and amount.  Is there a way to enter the cost one time and then just copy it to another matter?   Read More...


When you’re not at the office and you need to record the time you spent on a matter or a cost you incurred, what do you do? Why, log into Tabs3 Connect on your phone or tablet, of course!   Read More...


I’m generating firm-wide statements but only want to generate draft statements for clients that have something new to bill. How can I generate statements without including clients with only a previous balance due?   Read More...


When I print statements, the Expenses and Advances are separated. Is there any way to combine them into a single section?   Read More...


When I enter non-billable fees or costs it shows n/c in the Amount column on the Statement. Is there a way to change n/c to something else?   Read More...


Transferring and replicating fees and costs just got easier in Tabs3 Billing! With the release of Version 19.1.11, two new buttons have been added to the Fee and Cost Entry windows, allowing you to quickly transfer or replicate an entry.   Read More...


Billing Q&A: Creating a New Cost Type

September 2019    Tags: , ,
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We recently added new transaction codes for various office expenses that we want to start tracking. However, we want to track these transactions as a separate group from the other expenses we already have. Is there a way to do this and be able to report on these expenses?   Read More...


Did you know that you can write all matters for a client up or down at the same time?   Read More...


I set up split billing for two clients where each party is billed 50%. It is configured to split the hours and then calculate the amount; However, I did not realize that the clients had different rates, so now the amounts do not match. Is there any way to make the amounts due even?   Read More...


You meet up with a client away from the office, they want to write a check for what they owe, but you don’t have the balance due with you. What do you do? Simply log in to Tabs3 Connect, and have the amount in a matter of seconds!   Read More...


Quick Tip: Change Client ID

June 2019    Tags: , , ,
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In most data entry files, like the Journal, Document Management, and Calendar files, you can easily change the Client ID by opening a record and changing it or via the Change Client ID feature. However, before now, there wasn’t a way to change the Client ID for a fee or cost in PracticeMaster without deleting the record and starting over. We recently enhanced Version 19 (19.1.9.1136) so that you can now use the Change Client ID feature in the PracticeMaster Fee and Cost files!   Read More...


We received a refund for a cost we paid on behalf of a client. How do we credit that money back to our client, and what if they’ve already paid us for it?   Read More...