Small Business Accounting for - Nonprofit Organizations?


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John Phelan

Does the Microsoft Office Accounting software program have a version for
non-proofit organizations similar to Quick Books?

John Phelan-Cummings
 
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Jim K

John Phelan said:
Does the Microsoft Office Accounting software program have a version for
non-proofit organizations similar to Quick Books?

John Phelan-Cummings
 
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Jim K

John,

I am interested in using Accounting Express for nonprofit accounting as
well, we are a little too big for Quicken Home and Business and would like to
avoid the expense and trouble of Quickbooks as well.

We are a small (<$100k) organization that solicits primarily via personal
contact, direct mail, and special events. We don't need Payroll (all
volunteer) but are looking for a way to integrate our marketing and
accounting needs and are intrigued by the potential offered by Accounting
Express' integration with Business Contact Manager. I really like the way I
can create a customer record and then have access to that record from BCM for
additional follow up, marketing, etc.

Not a lot out here yet under the "nonprofit" tag, I am hoping we can
generate a little more of a community for small nonprofit users within this
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Bishop C. Tyehimba Thonor-Kuykendall, II

Jim I am asking the same question. I'm trying to make the current free
software work for what we are trying to do with our ministries. I am not
going to buy QuickBooks Professional so we can have the non-profit version.

Maybe we will get an answer from someone eventually.

Peace be unto you...

Bishop C.Tyehimba Thonor-Kuykendall, II, D.D.
Founder/Abbot
Life's Ripples Ministries
www.lifesripples.org
 
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best place online to buy 16th edition of accounting for governmental and nonprofit entities, if someone could suggest me?
 
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If you are looking for low cost, nonprofit accounting software - you should try Aplos Software. Quickbooks took the business accounting software and added tags, then slapped a 'Nonprofit' label on the box. Note that they will not call it Fund Accounting, which is really what people are looking for when they ask for nonprofit accounting software. Try Aplos. True fund accounting software. Low cost. Easy to use.

Tim Goetz
 

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