Fund Accounting Overview

Comprehensive Fund Accounting Software for Nonprofits

Like any organization, many non-profit entities need a workable system to keep track of its funds. Many non-profit organizations are staffed by people that are unfamiliar with basic fund accounting principles, which are often critical. There are several different types of financial records that a non-profit has to keep in its accounting process. There are some differences in financial accounting statements for non-profits versus other types of organizations. Developing a non-profit fund accounting system makes financial reports much more meaningful than standard reports not broken down by fund.






The result of logical design is ease-of-use

Your data is under control with
FUND E-Z’s simple interface. Sort, filter, print, export and email data in seconds. Drill into reports for instant data access. You can also copy, merge and
memorize data.
Easy-to-use menus display items in an organized, modular fashion. Users can customize their own quick access toolbar with commonly used items. A tabbed
activity region provides one-click-access
to screens already visited.
Grant user rights by function, and hide sensitive account information with segment security. Set group rights for group members to inherit.
Flexible fund accounting software
Thousands have chosen FUND E-Z because they can…

  • Utilize a nonprofit chart of accounts that tracks programs, funding sources, grants, sites, departments, etc.
  • Split transactions across segments.
  • Budget segments in detail or summary.
  • Print financials by segment, or segment combinations.
  • Maintain unlimited fiscal periods.
  • Drill-down from all reports to source data.

You have full control

  • Document attachments.
  • Automatic backups.
  • Crash protection – auto-rollback of data to pre-crash state.
  • Audit features track additions, modifications, and deletions of data.
  • Forced balancing rules insure system-wide data integrity.
  • Data records for printed documents are non-editable.
  • Optional: Batch posting allows review of transactions before posting.
  • Forced audit trail with supervisor access.
  • Jump-points between related transactions and document attachments.