Clubtreasurer provides you with everything you need as Treasurer or Book-keeper for your club, society, PTA, small business or charity.

Control Your Cash

Fundamental to managing any small organisation's finances is ensuring you have an up to date and clear view of your cash and bank balances.

With Clubtreasurer, you can track and manage your all of your bank acounts, building society savings, credit cards and cash balances.

  • Define and manage all bank and cash accounts
  • Report cash-flows and balances
  • Reconcile accounts with Bank Statements

Track your Projects & Events

For clubs and charities, creating and running events is likely to be your primary source of fund raising and it is crucial, therefore, to have a clear understanding of the costs and income generated by all of your fund-raising activities.

Small businesses can also use these features to track and monitor income and expenditure against specific projects, product line or service type.

Clubtreasurer's simple design helps you to efficiently and effectively manage all incomes and expenditures associated with each event or project and to report the all-important surplus (or deficits!)

  • Track your transactions using definable categories such as sales, other income, personal expenses, floats, petty cash, etc.
  • Manage personal expenses
  • Report project/event supluses or deficits
  • Compare with previous projects or events.

Manage your Budgets and Funds

Once expenditure & revenue budgets and/or fund-raising goals are identified, a key part of the management of a club or charity's finances is to ensure that actual expenditure and revenues are aligned with your budgets, and that cash is ear-marked and protected against your specfic funds.

Clubtreasurer allows you to create any number of budgets and funds against which you can allocate specific income and expenditure to help you reach your targets.

  • Define all your organisation's budgets and funding goals.
  • Track and manage all income and expenditure against budgets and funds.
  • Report actual performance against budgets and funding targets.