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Did you know that the autofill feature allows you to type in certain fields in order to quickly find what you’re looking for?   Read More...


We are getting ready to close the books for 2020. Is there any way to stop users from making changes to journal entries dated prior to a certain date?   Read More...


I noticed I have a balance being carried forward from the Prior Fiscal Year in my Retained Earnings account. This is making the figures on my Balance Sheet not match the YTD Net Profit/Loss on my Income statement. How do I correct this?   Read More...


Want to know who backed up the data last and when, or who restored it? You can easily confirm who performed these actions and many more.   Read More...


Some of our journal entries were accidentally cleared, but we are not sure how many. Is there a report that can provide a list of cleared journal entries dated for this month?   Read More...


My predecessor configured our GLS Client to a single journal type. Now, when I run a Journal Report, all of my journal entries are grouped under one “General” journal.  Is there any way to add Journals so that payments from clients and checks the firm writes go to unique journal values for easier reporting?   Read More...


We have just added several new features! Use the Check for Updates feature (Help | Check for Updates) to make sure you are running the most recent release of Version 2020.   Read More...


Are you planning on purchasing a new server, or moving from one computer to another?   Read More...


Tabs3 Financial Software is the best accounting solution for your law firm because it is specifically designed to meet the accounting requirements of law firms.   Read More...


Did you know that you can easily review past reconciliation reports when needed, right from the software?   Read More...


There are certain journal entries that I want to group together. However, they are often on different days and have different transaction numbers. I can’t make a deposit slip as most of these are not entries for bank accounts. How can I accomplish this?   Read More...