QuickBooks for Not-For-Profit Organizations 2008 provides detailed step-by-step instructions on how to use QuickBooks in a not-for-profit environment. Also included with the book are downloadable practice files with complete examples for using QuickBooks in a Not-For-Profit organization.
Published by The Sleeter Group and written by Christine L. Manor, CPA, this book will help your organization use QuickBooks properly and provide management with the data needed to make informed decisions. It includes methods for setting up and using QuickBooks in a not-for-profit organization, addressing the needs of management, boards of directors, grantors, and the IRS Form 990. From how to handle grants and contracts, to managing proposals, tracking funding sources, recording in-kind transactions, bank reconciliations, allocations, budgets, and restricted funds, this book has everything you need to get up and running with QuickBooks.
QuickBooks for Not-for-Profit Organizations includes clearly illustrated screen shots and sample data practice files that will allow you to practice each step as you read about it.
Christine Manor has been working with not-for-profits for 24 years. Her background includes advisory roles with the National Center for Charitable Statistics at the Urban Institute (DC), CompassPoint Nonprofit Services of San Francisco, and California Association of Nonprofits. Her clients include National Academy of Social Insurance, Society of Conservation Biologists, American Architectural Foundation, Women in Film and Video, The Oceanography Society, North American Folk Music and Dance Alliance, the Post¬secondary Electronics Standards Council, and many more. She is an instructor in QuickBooks for CAN (California Association of Nonprofits), Center for Nonprofit Advancement (DC), and for The Sleeter Group. Christine provides QuickBooks consulting and training services for not-for-profits across the country.
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