ACS General Ledger is designed to provide financial record keeping and report functions based on the needs of non-profit organizations. The module provides for all regular accounts and restricted funds that are neither income nor expense to the church, but have been designated for a specific use.
General Ledger meets all Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), and adheres to the accounting and reporting standards as set forth by the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB).
Using this Guide
If you're new to General Ledger or ACS Financial Suite, check out the General Ledger - Startup Outline. This page outlines each step of setting up General Ledger and the Financial Suite for your church or organization. You may also want to view the Chart of Accounts Worksheets.
If you're familiar with General Ledger, why not learn about ways to make entering and reconciling transactions easier? Check out Working with Memorized Transactions in General Ledger. Or, you could learn about Using Mark from File to Reconcile Transactions.