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Trust Listing/ Client Account Listing Report

Clio's Trust Listing Report is designed to give firms a quick summary of client trust fund balances across all client accounts. This report is categorized by client, account name, last activity date, client balance, and client opening and closing balance summary.

Note: This report is available on all of Clio's plans.

Generate the report

To generate the report:

  1. In Clio Manage, select Reports in the left navigation menu.
  2. Click Client or scroll down to Client reports and select Trust listing.
  3. Choose from several settings within the report options page to get the information you need for your report.  
      • Select client: select All clients to view data for all firm clients or Specific clients to view data for a specific client.
      • Select practice area: the default setting for sorting by practice area is all practice areas. You also have the option to choose a specific practice area.

        Note: If you sort this report by practice area, only data from the client's matters that have practice areas assigned will appear in the report. Learn more about practice areas by taking a look at this article.

      • Report options:
        • Include balances not associated with a client: if you select this option, the report will include trust account balances that are not linked to a client or matter.
        • Show clients with zero balance: if you select this option, the report will show all clients with trust accounts regardless of the account balance.
      • Select date range: to see clients with trust funds regardless of the date of the transaction, change the date range to "All Dates". To see trust fund transactions during specific dates, use the filter to specify the desired date range. Restricting this data will give a historical representation of your data.

        What is historical data? For the purpose of this report, historical data refers to the status the data was in at the time of the specified date range. This means that any account balances from outside the specified range will not appear in the report. For example, if a transaction occurred in January and a second one in February, and if you run the report for only February, you will only see the account balance data for the month of February. To see clients with trust funds regardless of the date of the transaction, change the date range to All Dates.

      • Output format: you can generate this report as a Web, PDF, or CSV version. The Web report will display in your Clio Manage browser window. Both the PDF and CSV file can be downloaded and printed. 

        What is a CSV file? A comma-separated values (CSV) file is a plain-text file that contains a list of data separated by commas. You an open a CSV file in almost any text editor or spreadsheet program, such as Microsoft Excel, Google Sheets, or Mac's built-in spreadsheet program Numbers.

  4. Click Generate report.


Report categories

Note: Any trust funds that are not linked to a specific client will be displayed in the Unlinked section. If this section shows a $0.00 balance, this means that no transactions are linked.

When this report is generated, it will show the balance in each client's trust account. If a date range is specified, you will see transaction data specific to ONLY that date range.

    • Account Name: this column displays the name of the trust account.
    • Last Activity Date: this column displays the most recent transaction in the account.
    • Client Balance: this column displays the current amount in trust for your client.

Tip: If you run the report and see a trust balance that is different from the amount in the matter's dashboard, re-run the report with All Dates selected for the Select Date Range parameter. When you filter by date range, you're only seeing data in that specific date range.

Therefore, if a client had Trust funds in the Account before that date range and payments were made during that date range from the Trust Account, the Report will only pull the transactions, which results in a negative balance. 


The PDF and Web versions of the report have a separate Balance Summary section at the bottom of the report. This section displays the collective total of your trust accounts. All transactions for all clients and matters are taken into account for the total.


You can sort or remove columns and rows if you generate the report as a CSV. Learn more about filtering and sorting reports in Excel by reading this article.

Frequently asked questions

What do I do if the total in my report is different from the total reflected in Accounts?
Go to your Accounts page and select the appropriate trust account. Click the matter or client header to sort the columns. This will show transactions that have no client or matter attached. These are floating balances that will not get accounted for in this report.

Why does a client name appear even though there are no transaction dates or balances?

The client's name will still populate on the report if they have any trust transactions outside of a custom date range. This is to notify you the client has a trust account and balance with the firm just not within the specified range.

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