Budgeting and forecasting require time. Finding someone within your organization with the ability to look at data and strategically plan for your ministry’s future profit and loss can be difficult. If you don’t have the time, resources, or understanding to tackle this job on your own, an outsourced bookkeeper can be an easy solution. Let’s debunk a few myths before you decide:
In recent years, we’ve found that church roadmaps are getting tougher to build and forecasts are becoming harder to predict. All businesses have been impacted by the pandemic, for example, but most of those businesses are not directly reliant on outside or loyal donations to continue thriving. Read on to discover the 4 steps to building your church’s financial plan, which include eliminating virtual bookkeeping myths and empowering you to prioritize your mission.
Though summer often doesn’t see the amount of giving that Christmas generates, there are many creative ways to get people to increase their church giving during this time of year.
As religious institutions, churches have unique needs when it comes to reporting their finances. Wondering whether to hire an in-house accountant or to outsource? Check out our article on the many considerations churches face