Wer nutzt diese Software?
Small to mid-sized charities, churches and non-profits in the US or English-speaking countries. Typically for organizations with 500 donors or less but can also cater to larger organizations.
Durchschnittliche Bewertung18 Bewertungen
- Gesamt 4.5 / 5
- Benutzerfreundlichkeit 4.5 / 5
- Kundenservice 5 / 5
- Funktionen 4.5 / 5
- Preis-Leistungs-Verhältnis 5 / 5
- Startpreis $120/einmalig
- Kostenlose Version Nein
- Kostenlose Testversion Ja
Installiert - Windows
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- Gegründet 1999
ACCOUNTS is used to easily do the bookkeeping for your charity, church or non-profit. It includes simple and automatic fund accounting, with no need for tagging, classes or journal entries to maintain the fund balances. You can also link accounts to lines on required annual government form submissions to make that year-end reporting far easier. Start with a free 60-day evaluation, then if you decide the keep it, it is just $120, including a year of support and updates.
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Bewertet am 30.10.2013
Review of Accounts Program from Software4Nonprofits
Pros: Entering cheques and deposits can be done in a window similar to a cheque book; sample chart of accounts available for churches; low cost; it is possible to recall a prior reconciliation; fund accounting a real help; simple program for a small organization.
Cons: Program design assumes the user has an understanding of bookkeeping and debit-credit balance sheets; would like some simplified reports showing main category totals.
Overall Impression: Our Unitarian Fellowship was using Quicken to keep track of our cheques & expenses, which was simple but not complete enough to keep track of different funds. We were already using the Donation software developed by the same company and were very happy with that program.
Antwort des Softwareanbieters
von Software4Nonprofits an 31.10.2013
You do need a bit of accounting understanding to use ACCOUNTS. The Help topic "ACCOUNTING CONCEPTS" gives you some of that.
In the vast majority of the program, you don't see the words "debit" or "credit". For instance, the register-style transaction entry window for an asset account such as a bank account has columns for a Payment amount or a Deposit amount.
You do need to use debits and credits if you are entering journal entries (which should very rarely be needed). And the words debit and credit are also used on some transaction details reports, that include multiple types of account, because there is no other available terminology that works consistently. (You can't label headings "Payment" and "Deposit" if the transaction might be on a liability account, for instance!)
One final place debits and credits are used is when you are entering an initial opening balance transaction, for an already existing organization. (It's actually just a variation of a journal entry.)
Bewertet am 5.5.2016
Saves me so much time!!
Kommentare: When I became the volunteer treasurer of our church we switched from Excel to a big name accounting software that cost several hundreds of dollars. For the first year I was miserable. It was not intuitive and support cost extra money, which we didn't have. When it came time to file our T1030 with the CRA, I was even more miserable. It took me 4 months to unravel 12 months of transactions and sort them into the appropriate CRA categories. After working my Googlefu I found ACCOUNTS. I convinced our board to let me buy it and I've been a happy treasurer ever since. The ability to assign accounts to T1030 lines made my job so much simpler this year. When it came time to file, I was spending every day at my husband's bedside in hospital. I didn't have time to do all the work I had had to do last year. This time it took me all of maybe two days to double check everything, create my report and plug it into the T1030. I can't speak highly enough of this software's ability to cater to the special needs of charity/non-profit accounting. When I have a question, I get a quick answer from Support. The only thing I would like to see that hopefully will be in future versions is an ability to drill down in reports to follow a transaction. Other than that, well done!
Antwort des Softwareanbieters
von Software4Nonprofits an 5.5.2016
For those in the U.S.A., the CRA referred to is the Canada Revenue Agency, and the T3010 is the annual report all churches and charities have to submit to the CRA. ACCOUNTS can just as easily associate its accounts with lines on the IRS' form 990 or 990-EZ, for those charities that have to submit that one annually.