Running QuickBooks in Nonprofits by Kathy Ivens
2nd Edition: The Only Comprehensive Guide for Nonprofits Using QuickBooks

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Updated to include additional topics and to cover all versions of the software, this guide provides the most vital information on using QuickBooks to track financial data in nonprofit organizations. Management of donors, grants, and pledges, and topics such as allocating expenses to programs, handling donor restrictions, and generating the reports needed for donors and tax returns are covered in detail. In addition to easy-to-follow instructions and many tips and workarounds, information on using QuickBooks for fundraising is provided. With detailed explanations of transaction entries, report customization, and other accounting requirements, this handbook is a must-have for nonprofit board members, accountants, and bookkeepers.


About Kathy Ivens

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Kathy Ivens is the senior contributing editor for Windows IT Pro magazine and she writes regularly about computer and small business topics for a variety of periodicals. She is the author of more than 50 books, including Home Networking for Dummies, Quickbooks: The Official Guide, and Running Quickbooks 2010 Premier Editions. She lives in Philadelphia.
Published April 1, 2011 by CPA911 PUBLISHING. 465 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Computers & Technology. Non-fiction

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