ChurchBooks3 Church Software Forum
Entering Contribution data is simple and easy. The ChurchBooks3 accounting process has the ability to be easily passed down to the next elected or employed church officer. The task of your church bookkeeping system is critical! Out of the box, complex bookkeeping software is often not the answer for a number of reasons. The system itself should be one that requires little or no computer experience. The ability to pass down can be a great gain from one year to the next promoting stability and transparency.
Churchbooks3 has two main modules, the church contributions module, and the church Ledger module, however, one of the most powerful features is its ability to track every aspect of your church membership and personal information in safety. ChurchBooks3 offers a simple and easy way to keep up with and know all member activities.
ChurchBooks3 is the total church management software package that is made for the church alone. It covers more than church membership tracking but also includes expenditures or general ledger module. It addresses the general reporting tasks which can be so time-consuming easy.
Every member’s contribution is totaled each year automatically. This report is called the Year-End report and contains both the Quid Pro Quo and Regular Donation printout with just a couple of clicks for each member. The report includes your church letterhead (at the top of the page) and the IRS letter statement preceding the split report. These subreports are displayed for each member by the year or by entering a begin and end date.
The Pew Research Center found 65 percent of American adults identify as Christians, down 12 percentage points from a decade ago. Meanwhile, the number of people who reported being atheist, agnostic, or believing nothing, in particular, has grown to 26 percent. ChurchBooks3 monitors the real-time growth of your church body for real-time actions
A church audit involves performing procedures to obtain audit evidence about the amounts and disclosures in the financial statements. The procedures selected depend on the auditor’s judgment, including the assessment of the risks of material misstatement of the financial statements, whether due to fraud or error. In making those risk assessments, the auditor considers internal control relevant to the entity’s preparation and fair presentation of the financial statements to design audit procedures that are appropriate in the circumstances, but not to express an opinion on the effectiveness of the entity’s internal control. Having a program that covers this aspect can be priceless. ChurchBooks3 goes further and addresses church financial reports tracking church assets, liabilities income, etc. producing clear visibility of your local church financial health
ChurchBooks3 Reports are targeted and easy to access. They are the kinds of reports that can be forwarded in the demonstration to administrators and the overall church body if need be with the maximum degree of transparency. This church management software keeps your work simple and makes training easy while maintaining consistent records from one year to the next.
It often makes sense for a church to own cars and vans for the use of its staff and volunteers. In addition to the practical advantages of having a designated vehicle for church business, ownership may be a less expensive way to control insurance costs. Having a comprehensive way of tracking vehicle maintenance costs is a great asset and will help your equipment last longer.
Remembering the birthday of a member or guess can be an incredible tool in making a reconnection after a long period of inactivity. Showing that you care and thoughtful enough to reach out could turn out to be the missing link. The ChurchBooks3 Birthday module can write a form letter to each member in a particular month with just a few clicks of a button.
Most ministers have a “dual tax status.” That means that although ministers are always self-employed for Social Security purposes (for their ministerial income), they are usually employees for income tax purposes. Tracking income distributions to clergy, musicians and contractors go without saying. You need ChurchBooks3 Church Software.
ChurchBooks3 stores your church data in a secure database on your local computer and not in the cloud where privacy issues may be a concern. This data file is easily backed up to your own Dropbox or other private cloud storage.
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