True Fund Accounting

It's easy to responsibly manage your church's finances with CCIS AccountAbility™ – a true fund accounting program designed for churches. When your church receives contributions, they are often intended for specific uses, which mean the money will be spent to support a particular program or ministry. For example, you may receive a gift marked for choir supplies, library materials, scholarships, community outreach, or building renovations – anything your church needs – and, because these gifts are restricted, you must track collections and disbursements as if they were in separate checking accounts.

The practice of “Fund Accounting” helps you control these restricted funds without opening multiple checking accounts. CCIS AccountAbility™ maintains the individual ledgers and balances for each fund, and also manages a general fund for basic expenses. Designate the funds you use with our easy-to-use Chart of Accounts Wizard, make deposits and write checks from your regular checking account, and let CCIS AccountAbility™ do the accounting for you.



CCIS AccountAbility™ can meet all of your accounting needs. Click here to find out about our Budgets feature. Want to learn how to be even more precise with your church's funds? Click here to find out more about our Audit and Controls features.


Accounting can seem like an overwhelming or complicated task, but the CCIS Customer Support Team will help you every step of the way! With CCIS Remote Support/Training™, we can teach you new skills and troubleshoot problems. If you maintain an Annual Support Plan, receive special offers and discounts on training and technical support.






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