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Protect Your Fixed Assets with Sage 100 Fund Accounting (formerly MIP Fund Accounting)

Assets are important to your nonprofit organization and help you carry out your nonprofit’s mission. Tracking those assets is not only good nonprofit financial management practice, but it also helps you establish some good financial internal controls. IRS Form 990 requires reporting on signification disposal of assets, but tracking asset information also helps you budget […]

Year End Tips for Sage Fund Accounting and AccuFund

– Back up your data! – Be sure to set your posting parameters. In Sage Fund Accounting go into administrations under organizational preferences and select ‘set posting dates’. In AccuFund, set your posting window under the set up area. – Import your budget. You can import your budget into the General Ledger using an Excel […]

Benefits of Automating Your Nonprofit Budget

Planning, creating and maintaining your nonprofit budget is crucial to the continued growth and success of your organization.  From identifying year over year funding and expenses, to properly tracking different programs under your umbrella, and being able to present information in accordance with FASB and GASB guidelines, a good budget can make or break your […]

Legislative Changes Affect Payroll within Sage MIP Fund Accounting

Legislative Changes Affect Payroll within Sage MIP Fund Accounting social security rate and/or maximum subject earnings have normally been delivered as part of a software update. However as of version 10.2.10 this has changed. Going forward rates will still be updated as part of the regular update process, but users will now have the ability […]

Important State Tax Updates for Sage Fund Accounting

There is important information for you on the latest version 10.2.9 additional state tax updates for Sage Fund Accounting. Please visit on the Sage Nonprofit Online Community to read the latest updates.

2011 New Year’s Resolution: Create and/or Update Your Disaster Recovery Plan

Every company needs to be prepared for emergencies, but few really are. Disaster recovery is not so much recuperating as it is planning for the worst. Do you have a disaster recovery plan? You may not work in a hurricane zone or tornado alley, but disasters aren’t just nature-driven; sometimes disasters are man-made. Here are […]

Sage Summit Virtual Event!

Registration Now Open… Sage Summit, the annual conference bringing together Sage partners and customers will be held in Washington, D.C. on July 10th – 15th, 2011. However, for the first time ever Sage is offering a complimentary virtual event on November 18th, 2010 at 1pm Eastern. Attendees will be given the opportunity to: Preview a […]