Amanda is the founder of Aguillard Accounting, a small business accounting firm based in New Orleans with clients across the country. Her focus is solo and small law firms and real estate brokerages.

She is also the co-founder of Elefant, a training company for accountants and bookkeepers. Amanda’s #1 passion is helping small business owners build the practices of their dreams using technology.

Resources discussed in this episode

  • Xero; – cloud-based accounting software for small businesses (which Ernie and Amanda both use and recommend)
    • MinuteDoc; – Xero-based time and billing integration
  • Amanda’s Clio Conference Talk (YouTube recording) entitled “Accounting Doesn’t Have to Be a Bad Word. She talked about making sense of accounting practices and how to avoid common law firm accounting pitfalls.
  • Quickbooks Online – the cloud-based competitor to Xero.
  • Amanda’s Twitter Feed – where she posts important announcements for small business owners looking for guidance with accounting issues.
  • Small Firm Bootcamp 2020 – the 2-day conference for solo and small firm attorneys coming up in May of 2020 in New Orleans. Special “early bird” pricing is now in effect.

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