When your firm prints the same set of reports every year, quarter, month, week, or semi-regularly, report suites offer a one-step option to print out a predefined set of reports using the report definitions you have set up.   Read More...


One of our attorneys left the firm and we need to determine which trust accounts they were responsible for so we can reassign them. Is there a report that will show this?   Read More...


Our firm has been making adjustments to our spending and investing. Is there a way to see how this has affected our income since the beginning of the year?   Read More...


Being able to easily enter and track write offs is essential. With Tabs3 Billing, you can quickly enter write offs and apply them to a matter’s accounts receivable with just a few clicks!   Read More...


Which report will give me a list of voided checks and EFTs?   Read More...


We want to generate a list of all active clients for whom we haven't entered any fees or costs in the last six months. Is there a report that will give us that information?   Read More...


An attorney at the firm likes the look and function of a Report Writer report I created for another attorney's clients and requested I make her a report that lists her clients. Is there a way I can duplicate the original report I made and edit it, or do I have to start from scratch?   Read More...


I'm working on the firm's budget for next year and I need to know which vendors were paid what this year. How can I get a list of these values?   Read More...


I have a transaction with many accounts being debited and credited. Is there a way to print the journal entries so that I can review and make notations?   Read More...


The Write Off Report is here! View all write off information in a single, dedicated report.   Read More...


If you need to report on fees, costs, or payments, the Transaction File List or Task Code Billing Report is your answer.   Read More...


I need a list of all transactions for a specific fee task code. Is there a report that can help me?   Read More...