Accounting software for small non-profit group

I am considering purchasing an accounting software for my non-profit group. Our monthly transactions are between 5 - 15 entries per month. What do you recommend? Thanks.

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Feb 05, 2020
Accounting Software
by: Vickey

I cannot make a recommendation not knowing all the requirements of your small nonprofit group.

If you would like to book a consultation with me, I can send you my rates and available times.

But generally speaking, Aplos is a good choice if you want/need a "package' deal that you can track donations and accounting in the same software.

It can be a little expensive for an organization your size, but they do have special discounted pricing for small orgs that have less than 50k of annual donations. Contact their sales department for more details as that pricing in not available or mentioned on their site.

If you have IRS tax exemption approval, you can contact Techsoup and get a QuickBooks file by just paying an annual "admin" fee. It would be a bit of an overkill for an org your size...but may be an affordable option.

Last of free accounting spreadsheet may work well enough for you if you do not have any assets or liabilities and only tracking one fund.

If you need to track more than one fund, my Spreadsheet Package may work better.

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If you want to DIY your payroll, I highly recommend you look at using Gusto! It is very user friendly and their support is awesome! Plus they know how to set up and maintain payrolls for churches and nonprofit organizations.

Note: I am a "partner" of Gusto, but as I have told you before ... I never recommend anything that we or our clients have not tried and love =)

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