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Home Church Management Recorded Webinar: Accountant Guide To Managing Nonprofit And Church Clients In Aplos

Recorded Webinar: Accountant Guide To Managing Nonprofit And Church Clients In Aplos

by Alex Acree

A specialized financial platform for nonprofits and churches can be a dynamic tool, especially with the assistance of a trusted accountant to advise them. We’ll discuss setup, customized reporting, and more. 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 fund accounting principles and bookkeeping tasks.

Learning Objectives

  1. Look at Aplos as a specialized solution for fund accounting for nonprofits and churches.
  2. Review common chart of accounts structures for nonprofit and churches. Understand customization and administration options for streamlined chart of accounts setup and granular reporting.
  3. Gain advanced knowledge to implement dimensional reporting using tags. Create popular customizations for specialized nonprofit financial reporting.
  4. Review how to use a fund accounting software to accomplish common nonprofit or church tasks, including transaction imports, journal entry examples, donation tracking, payroll imports, recurring transactions, fixed assets, and allocations. 

Instructor

Alex Acree, Head of the Customer Services Department of Aplos Software, has worked with hundreds of nonprofits and churches to set up their accounts and build the reports they require. He will give a detailed lesson on how to accomplish this for your nonprofit and church clients.

CPE Credit Eligibility Statement

Standards for CPE Program Presentation

Instructional delivery methods: Group Internet Based
Field of Study Category: Computer Software & App
CPE Credit: 1.5 credits
Prerequisites: None
Program level: Basic
Advance preparation: None required

Program Content Updated: 5/15/21

Aplos Software is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. You can submit any complaints regarding registered sponsors to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website: www.nasbaregistry.org.

Requirements for CPE Credit

Continuing education credits for webinars delivered in real-time can only be awarded to participants who have registered for and are logged in to the webinar as themselves, participated during the webinar, and submitted the evaluation form upon webinar completion. In the event of a technical failure where these requirements are not met, CPE credit will not be issued.

Complaint Resolution

If registered attendees have complaints or concerns about the webinar or their CPE certificate, submit these inquiries to the Aplos education coordinator at marketing@aplos.com. Responses to complaints or concerns by registered attendees will occur within three business days.

Cancellations

In the event of any date or time scheduling changes or cancellations made to a webinar, all registered attendees will receive an email prior to the time of the webinar.

Refund Policy

All group internet-based courses are offered at no charge, so they are not eligible for exchange for cash value or refund.

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2 comments

Nancy Photos January 16, 2018 - 12:43 pm

I am unable to attend the webinair, have another churchmeeting that night. How can I receive a recording of the session?

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Joshua Muster January 17, 2018 - 9:48 am

Hi Nancy! A recording of the morning’s webinar should be posted either the next morning or the following morning. We email all of the attendees to let them know when the recording is online, so even if you can’t make the webinar, register for it and then we’ll send you that link. Thanks for the interest and for reaching out!

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