QuickBooks Desktop For Non-Profit Organizations

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This course is designed for those interested to learn the basics of QuickBooks accounting for use in non-profit organizations and the three comprehensive practice which consist of how to generate and analyze, and distribute reports, categorize expenses, how to use the job costing feature, as well as provide backup files that allow learners to jump forward or rework any part of the problem.

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QuickBooks Desktop For Non-Profit Organizations will provide the tools to enter data into QuickBooks for a not for profit organization. This QuickBooks course will consist of three comprehensive practice problems. One problem will be for a charitable organization, one for a healthcare organization, and one for a not for profit school.

You’ll learn how to set up a QuickBooks file for a not for profit organization. The course will show how to create a chart of accounts and items list for a not for profit organization. How to enter data into the QuickBooks system using forms and customize forms so that they can be used to provide to donors.

The course will show how to generate and analyze reports. You will also learn how to print, display, and distribute reports, how to use the QuickBooks class feature to categorize expenses as restricted or unrestricted, and how to use the job costing feature to track each restricted item in detail. The course will provide backup files that allow learners to jump forward or rework any part of the comprehensive problem.

You will break each comprehensive problem done and enter it into the system one journal entry at a time. We will show how the journal entry would be entered using debits and credits in Excel first, and then enter the transaction into QuickBooks. Excel is a more transparent system, making it easier to see and understand the connections. Once we understand the objective, we will then move to QuickBooks to enter the data. The system of first Entering data into Excel to understand the objective will be very useful when we need to use more complex features like class tracking and job costing.

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By the end of this course, you will have learned using QuickBooks for non-profit organizations.

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Course Curriculum

Course Sections

QuickBooks Desktop Not For Profit Organizations

Restore Backup File

Objectives Of Practice Problems

Downloadable Materials

Problem One New QuickBooks File

New QuickBooks File

Turn On Class Tracking

Office Space Download

Cash Donation

Pledge

Government Grants

Salaries Expense

Donor Pledge For Construction Project

Donation And Purchase Of Furniture

Month End Expenses

Adjusting Entries

Allocate Expenses To Classes

Net Assets Released From Restriction

Closing Entries

Statement Of Financial Position

Statement Of Activities

Restricted Net Asset Detail Report

Problem Two Multiple Years Of Operations

Restore Backup File

Review Practice Problem

Cash Received From Grant

Contributions, Dues, And Fees

Craft Sales And Commission Revenue

Interest Income Restricted And Unrestricted

Grants Receivable And Deferred Revenue

Donated Office Space

Month End Expenses

Short Term Investment Matures

Net Assets Released

Net Assets Released Number Two

Allocate Expenses By Function

Pay Payable

Closing Entries

Statement Of Financial Position

Statement Of Activities

Restricted Net Asset Detail Report

Problem Three Not For Profit College

Restore Backup File

Review Practice Problem Private College

Tuition And Fees

Tuition Waiver For Student Work

Pledges And Contributions

Cash Received Contributions And Pledges

Cash Received For Tuition On Account

Deposit Returned

Expenses

Restricted Assets Released

Pay Cash On Account

Investment Income Received

Record Allowance And Depriciation

Unearned Revenue Adjusting Entry

Gain On Investment Adjusting Entry

Closing Entries

Financial Statements

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