Tag Archives: church finance

Top 5 Church Accounting Software

FUND ACCOUNTING Churches and non-profits typically do what is called Fund Accounting. According to generally accepted definitions: Fund accounting is an accounting system emphasizing accountability rather than profitability, used by non-profit organizations and governments. In this system, a fund is a self-balancing set of accounts, segregated for specific purposes in accordance with laws and regulations or special … Continue reading

Top Five Pricing Mistakes Made By Church Software Companies

One of the most important things for people looking for software for their business, ministry, or organization, is comparing prices.  Searching for church management software is not different.  However, many times it becomes very difficult to compare the pricing of programs, and we believe this can be easily fixed, if the vendors are willing. Here are … Continue reading

Demo Church Windows Software

Want to try out Church Windows church management software?  Read the review and then try the demo. There are a couple ways to see if Church Windows is for you: You can request a free demo CD here. You can watch the free movie about Church Windows here. Or you can see an overview of … Continue reading

5 Reasons churches should use Quickbooks for accounting

Some church management programs do not do accounting while others offer an accounting module to purchase separately.  Interestingly,  CRM (customer relationship management) software that businesses use rarely incorporate accounting.  Small businesses almost across the board use QuickBooks or Peachtree.   This causes many church treasurers to ask, “Should we use church software that has accounting built in, or should … Continue reading