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Lisa London is a CPA and top-selling author with decades of experience who has helped organizations reduce their accounting time dramatically. With step-by-step instructions and hundreds of illustrations, you will learn how to:
- design a nonprofit chart of accounts that gives you the reports you need,
- import customers/donors and vendors,
- track grants and programs,
- receive donations, invoice donors, and send acknowledgments,
- pay bills and handle payroll,
- utilized bank and credit card feeds to save time,
- design reports and set up budgets,
- run month-end and year-end reports,
- handle fundraisers, mortgages, reserve accounts,
- and so much more.
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No sure if you need the difference between QuickBooks Online and the desktop versions for a small nonprofit or church? This video explains the pros and cons of each:
The books are written for non-accountants to understand the basics of nonprofit accounting with step-by-step instructions, loads of illustrations, and no confusing jargon. This is not QuickBooks for Dummies; it is real detailed instructions written in nonprofit language.
QuickBooks for Nonprofits and Churches-A Step-By-Step Guide to the Pro, Premier, & Nonprofit Versions covers the latest 2020 QuickBooks release. Both books have updated and expanded the information in the previous Accountant Beside You books, QuickBooks for Churches & Other Religious Organizations, Using QuickBooks for Nonprofit Organizations, Associations, & Clubs, and Using QuickBooks Online for Small Nonprofits and Churches.
Here is the Table of Contents:
Chapter 1 QuickBooks, Fund Accounting, & Internal Controls.
Chapter 2 Acquainting Yourself with QuickBooks.
Chapter 3 Getting Started.
Chapter 4 Designing the Chart of Accounts.
Chapter 5 Tracking Grants & Programs.
Chapter 6 Tracking the Transactions-Items.
Chapter 7 Setting Up Donors and Vendors.
Chapter 8 Importing Donors & Vendors from Files
Chapter 9 Recording the Money Coming In.
Chapter 10 Recording the Money Going Out
Chapter 11 Entering Payroll
Chapter 12 Using Bank Feeds.
Chapter 13 Reconciling the Bank.
Chapter 14 Designing & Running Reports.
Chapter 15 Planning the Budget
Chapter 16 Closing Out Month End and Year End.
Chapter 17 How Do I Handle…?.
How Do I Account For …?.
- Mission Trips or Member-Specific Accounts.
- In-Kind Donations.
- Volunteer Hours.
- Show a Reserve Account on the Income Statement
- Inter-fund Transfers.
- Donations of Stock.
- Investment Gains and Losses.
- Set Up Multiple-Users and Passwords.
- Send an Accountant Copy.
- Record a Mortgage.
- Send a Thank You from the Receipts Screen.
- Using the purchase order option on grants.
- Merge duplicated donor or vendor accounts.
- Reports I Need for an Audit
- Tax Stuff
QuickBooks Online for Nonprofits & Churches-A Step-by-Step Guide
QuickBooks for Nonprofits & Churches-A Step-by-Step Guide to the Pro, Premier, & Nonprofit Versions
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