Fund accounting can be a lot more complex than what businesses are used to, especially if grant regulations are involved. Fund Accounting software options can vary, and the prices vary even more. On one side of the spectrum, theres software that was primarily built for small businesses that have a few tweaks to make them fund accounting friendly. There’s Intuit’s Quickbooks Online, a cloud based solution and Quickbooks Desktop Non-Profit Edition, the traditional software package that users install on their network. Then there’s Xero, a New Zealand based cloud accounting platform that can also be tweaked for non-profit usage. Then there’s the software systems designed specifically for fund accounting as well as some that are in between. These include Great Plains, EZfund, Fundware, MIP, Boston Post, and more.
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