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Aplos Not for Profit Accounting Software

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Last updated on April 2, 2021 07:15

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What you’ll learn

  • How to set up Aplos, accounting software designed for Not for Profit Organizations
  • How to use free resources to optimize learning
  • How to use fund and tag tracking to generate Not for Profit reports
  • How to enter and track restricted resources
  • How to enter month end adjusting entries
  • How to allocate expenses to programs and administrative categories
  • How to record net assets released from restriction
  • How to generate, analyze, memorize, & export to Excel financial reports

Learners will understand how to set up Aplos, software specifically designed for Not for Profit Organizations.

The course will show how to use free resources to optimize learning.

We will demonstrate the use of funds and tags to generate Not for Profit reports.

The course will demonstrate how to enter and track restricted resources.

We will enter month end adjusting entries.

Learners will see how to allocate expenses to programs and administrative categories.

We will record net assets released from restriction.

The course will show how to generate, analyze, memorize, & export to Excel financial reports.

Who this course is for:

  • Anybody how wants to learn Not for Profit accounting in a practical way

Course content

  • Introduction
  • Turn On Class Tracking Feature and Add Classes
  • Record Donations & Pledges
  • Enter Pledges & Track Restricted Items
  • Purchase & Donation of Fixed Assets & Recording Expenses
  • Enter Month End Adjusting Entries
  • Allocation of Expenses Using Classes
  • Recording Net Assets Released from Restriction & Closing Process
  • Generating and Analyzing Financial Statements
  • Example Problem In Excel

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