Kahuna Accounting Teaming with Solo Practice University to Bring Cloud Bookkeeping to Attorneys

Since launching in 2013, Kahuna Accounting has grown quickly, providing virtual bookkeeping for small businesses all across the United States.

In that growth, Kahuna has become one of Xero’s top partners in the U.S., achieving Gold Status in March of 2014.

Now, Kahuna is taking the model of connecting professional bookkeepers with entrepreneurs through the cloud to the industry of small and solo law firms.

“We started seeing a pattern and hearing common concerns,” said Kahuna Director of Marketing Micky Deming, “Small and solo law firms have a major need for help with bookkeeping but are often stuck between doing it all themselves and finding the right fit for hiring a bookkeeper.”

Kahuna has a team of professional accountants who are experienced with trust accounting and provide outsourced bookkeeping for attorneys at a flat, monthly cost.

“The more we talked to attorneys, the more our service seemed like a perfect fit,” Deming said. “Not only are attorneys looking for greater financial transparency and professional collaboration, but many are already embracing the cloud with tools like Clio, so the transition to Xero is pretty natural.”

Being new to the legal industry, Kahuna Accounting is now teaming with Solo Practice University, an established name – to bring collaborative bookkeeping to solo law firms.

Founded in 2009, Solo Practice University is the only online educational and professional networking community of its kind and completely committed to helping lawyers gain professional independence.

With a commitment to helping solo attorneys thrive, Solo Practice University founder Susan Cartier-Liebel immediately saw the need and benefit for lawyers in what Kahuna Accounting has to offer.

“Most lawyers I know are not accounting wizards,” Cartier-Liebel says, “Yet it is a critical function of running a solo/small firm practice. The reason we are so excited to welcome Kahuna Accounting to the Solo Practice University family is they get the challenges solo/small firm lawyers face on a daily basis and, in turn, have created a very affordable and cost-effective way to help solo/small firm lawyers manage their finances professionally and ethically leaving the lawyer free to actually practice law.”

Learn More:

See Kahuna’s COOP page at Solo Practice University here: http://solopracticeuniversity.com/coop/kahuna-accounting/

See how Kahuna serves Law Practices here: https://kahunaaccounting.com/bookkeeping-for-solo-and-small-law-firms/

About Kahuna Accounting:

Kahuna has been in existence since 1995, and providing outsourced accounting since 2005. In 2013, Kahuna Accounting launched to provide outsourced cloud accounting to entrepreneurs across the U.S.

At the core of Kahuna’s mission is collaboration and value. Kahuna believes in the power of leveraging our unique talents to maximize potential. Providing outsourced bookkeeping allows entrepreneurs to have one less thing to think about, while focusing on their true passions and gifts.

Kahuna Accounting is a Gold Partner of Xero’s beautiful accounting software, which allows for unlimited collaboration between Kahuna’s accounting professionals and their clients.

About Solo Practice University:

Law school teaches you how to think like a lawyer. Solo Practice University teaches you how to be a lawyer and build your own firm, by giving you easy affordable access to the education, tools, expert advice and professional network you need to succeed in today’s competitive marketplace.

Solo Practice University is the ‘practice of law’ school. With more than 1000 individual classes available online 24/7 and 60 lawyer mentors, Solo Practice University encourages entrepreneurial spirit and innovation geared toward a single goal: the freedom to engage in the practice of law on your own terms. Founded in 2009, Solo Practice University is the only online educational and professional networking community of its kind and completely committed to helping lawyers gain professional independence.

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