Most nonprofit organizations use technology to connect with donors, raise funds to further their mission, and run the day-to-day financial management of their organization. Over two decades into the 21st Century, the question has long evolved from “Should I use technology for my nonprofit financial management?” to “Is my current nonprofit accounting software efficient in […]
Nonprofit accounting software is a specialized version of accounting software that’s tailored to your unique business needs. Nonprofit organizations, churches, and charities use a special type of fund accounting software. Due to the nature of their work and the people they serve, nonprofits often have more complex financial needs. While most for-profit businesses can use […]
Nonprofits face unique financial pressures. They must manage donations from individuals according to government regulations. Many organizations feel the weight of this dual responsibility to donors and regulators. Finances must be managed carefully and charitable donors remain uniquely invested in how their donations are being used. With this in mind, specialist accounting software for charities […]
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