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What types of financial software are historical societies using? I am looking at QuickBooks Nonprofit and would like to know who is using this program and what their thoughts are. I still want to know what others are using to make an informed decision. We have been using a spreadsheet for many years now, but the time has come to upgrade and have the computer do the payables, etc. June Lynne, Executive Director, Chippewa County Historical Society, PO Box 303, Montevideo, MN 56265, 320-269-7636, cchs@maxminn.com.

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2 Responses to Question about financial management software

  1. Mary Warner says:

    We use QuickBooks and have since 1993. Great program. Love it. Hardly use all the nifty features, though. Intuit likes to upgrade the program every year. We don’t buy it that often, though. Too expensive. We upgrade every-other-year, which keeps us up-to-date with our accountants.


  2. tamara edevold, clearwater co. says:

    we’ve used MYOB for several years although I must confess i just use it for balancing the checkbook and generating priliminary reports for the trustees. I then send those reports to the accountant for the real report! MYOB is nice because it is easily customised to a nonprofit and very easy to use. It has budget features and reports that can be used as treasurer’s reports for monthly meetings.
    MYOB stands for Mind Your Own Business. We use macintosh computers so it might be a mac product.


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