Join CPA and Aplos accounting expert, Alex Acree, as he discusses common chart of accounts structures for nonprofits and churches. Chart of Accounts creation for a nonprofit or church can differ from a standard business model. This webinar serves as an in-depth guide for how to properly structure your chart of accounts to best fit you nonprofit or church. We’ll discuss the common chart of accounts structure and how the chart of accounts impact reporting. This session is ideal for professional accountants and bookkeepers who are considering managing nonprofits or churches in Aplos. It also helps to have at least a basic understanding of accounting principles and bookkeeping tasks.
Alex has worked with hundreds of nonprofits and churches to set up their chart of accounts and build required reports. He will give a detailed lesson on how to accomplish this.
NOTE: You must have attended the live webinar to receive CPE credit.
- Review common chart of accounts structures for nonprofits and churches
- Understand the essential parts of a chart of accounts
- Comprehend how the chart of accounts impacts the reporting for your nonprofit or church
- Understand customization options for streamlined chart of accounts setup and granular reporting
- See how your chart of accounts and tags work together
Alex Acree, Head of the Support Department at Aplos Software, has worked with thousands of nonprofits and churches in setting up their accounts and building the reports they require. He will give a detailed lesson on how to accomplish this for your nonprofit and church clients.
Instructional delivery methods: Group Internet Based
Field of Study Category: Computer Software & App
CPE Credit: 1.5 credit
Length: 1.5 Hours
Program level: Basic
Advance preparation: None required
Program Content Updated: 7/7/22
CPE Credit Eligibility Statement
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Requirements For CPE Credit
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All group internet-based CPE courses are offered at no charge and as such are not eligible for exchange for cash value or refund.