Budget (aka Chart of Accounts)
In this article, we'll walk MoneyMinder's existing Users through three different options for setting up their Budget in their new financial year.
There are times when an activity that was budgeted this year did not use all of its allocated budget. And you might want to consider that unused money as something that is to be carried over and used next year for that same activity. Here's how to show that in MoneyMinder.
If you collect dues on behalf of a parent organization you'll need to properly account for that starting with your budget. Learn how here.
Some groups set aside funds that can only be used for a particular purpose (sometimes referred to as restricted funds). Here is how you can keep track of these funds and produce reports that will provide transparency to your group.
Learn how to enter & organize your chart of accounts, referred to as the Budget in MoneyMinder.
There are times during the year when you may need to make changes to your budget. This article includes step-by-step instructions along with our recommendations for maintaining a paper trail.
In this article, we'll walk MoneyMinder Users who are just starting their 30-day free trial through three different options for setting up their Budget (a.k.a Chart of Accounts) for the first time.
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