Updated and expanded for 2015-including how to track payroll without using an outside service, handle tithes & pledges, and member accounts for fundraisers and mission trips.
Lisa London, CPA, understands that not everyone thinks like an accountant. She walks readers through the process of setting up QuickBooks from the church chart of accounts to running the reports for the year end audit. QuickBooks for Churches and Other Religious Organizations is written for beginners in a friendly and easy-to-understand style, but includes tips that even the most seasoned CPA may be surprised to find. In fact, a large number of her sales are from CPAs looking to streamline their church's (or client's) accounting system.The step-by-step instructions and hundreds of illustrations take explain how to:
design a chart of accounts for churches that will give you the information you need
set up internal accounting procedures and controls to safeguard the money
track tithes and related cash flow
send year-end donor acknowledegments
and much more!
QuickBooks for Churches is written for readers running Windows desktop versions of QuickBooks from 2012 forward and includes valuable information on what’s changed in Intuit's 2015 version of Quickbooks. Lisa offers sound accounting procedures for both large and small houses of worship, for bookkeepers with years of experience as well as those just starting out. Let The Accountant Beside You take one more worry off your crowded to-do list.
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About the Author
Lisa London began writing books as The Accountant Beside You when she realized nonprofit and religious organizations often had non-accountants doing the bookkeeping, but had few resources on how to do it. She knew it would take rather creative writing to make people want to read a book on accounting, but she was up to the challenge. The books in her Accountant Beside You series are being used by thousands of organizations across the world. Lisa is looking for a nonprofit in Antarctica, just so she can claim it has been read on every continent. Having been bit by the writing bug, she began to see stories all around her. When her neighbor Hilde mentioned how much she had enjoyed her Hitler Youth group, Lisa was intrigued, research began, and Darker the Night was written. Lisa’s husband Skip and their four children think she has completely forgotten how to cook or to help on their small farm in North Carolina. When not writing, Lisa enjoys spending time on the coast, paddle boarding, kayaking, and boating with the family.