What Is Church Bookkeeping?
Church bookkeeping is the process of maintaining a church’s financial records. This includes recording all details of the church’s transactions, income, expenses, assets, and liabilities.
Your books are important when it comes to stewarding your church’s resources effectively. However, managing your finances can be complicated, especially if your church’s leaders aren’t accounting professionals!
You cannot operate successfully without accurate and compliant books, which is why you should trust a third-party bookkeeper. A church bookkeeper can help you manage everything from simple budgeting to complex compliance concerns.
No one understands the complexity and nuances of church bookkeeping quite like the compliance professionals at Foundation Group. Our expert church bookkeeping services provide the knowledge and expertise you need to ensure your books are accurate, timely, and fully compliant.
Why Foundation Group?
After over 25 years in business and more than 25,000 clients served, Foundation Group is the #1 most trusted professional services firm for nonprofits. We’re committed to providing our clients with a path to achieve their mission and working toward their long-term success.
- Revenue up to $200,000 / yr, or
- 3 hours average monthly service time
- Revenue between $200k – $500k / yr, or
- 4 hours average monthly service time
- Revenue between $500k – $1m / yr, or
- 5 hours average monthly service time
All plans include:
- Chart of accounts setup/review
- Monthly bank account reconciliation
- Monthly financial statements
- Year-end 1099-NEC preparation
- Discounts on compliance services
- Best-practice advice and counsel
If your church receives over $1,000,000 yearly in revenue, or if your accounts would take six hours or more to service each month, we can customize a solution that fits your exact requirements! In fact, we can customize a solution for just about any bookkeeping situation, no matter how complicated.
*Price applies to most organizations. Service levels are ultimately determined by the average amount of time spent per month to service the account.