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From best practices before you start using QuickBooks to how to input your accounting, financial, and grant-related data so you get the reports you need, here are some resources to help you make the most of your Intuit donation. For participants in Intuit's Client Education and Support Software program, we've also included Quicken resources that you can share with your program's beneficiaries.
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Adopting QuickBooks at your nonprofit or public library for the first time can be a challenge, particularly if your organization's accounting is in a state of disrepair. If you're currently using a spreadsheet or paper ledger to keep track of your nonprofit's finances, then moving to QuickBooks is a great excuse to assess and improve your accounting. In this article, we've compiled several resources on implementing QuickBooks as well as best practices for nonprofit accounting in general.
QuickBooks and Accounting Resources for Nonprofits and Public Libraries