Co-op Accounting

Part of UHAB's free Housing Management and Maintenance Training series.

Tracking HDFC income, expenses and trends in spending and collecting the maintenances.

The workshop provides participants with a detailed understanding of what Connected Books does and how to use it through a series of hands on activities.  You will use Connected Books to track a month's worth of financial activity in a sample account created solely for the purpose of the workshop.  After verifying this data against a sample bank statement, you will be able view the reports that the program generates to see first hand how it can help you stay organized and informed about your buildings finances.
Some advantages of Connected Books:

    Specifically designed for HDFCs taking into account their expense and sources of income
    Online access—no software installation required
    All data and program features accessible by authorized users from any computer with internet access
    Easy to use: track the building’s rent roll and financial activity by entering information as it appears on check stubs carbon copies or deposit slips
    Automatically generates reports including rent roll, individual payment histories and income and expense analysis
    Live technical assistance at no additional cost

Connected Books is appropriate if you have a shareholder willing to work on bookkeeping who:

    Understands the basics of what bookkeeping involves
    Knows computer basics, including how to view web pages
    Has access to a computer with an internet connection

Basic knowledge of how to use a computer and web browser is REQUIRED for participation in the workshop.

For more information or to register, contact Fabio at or eugenio[at]uhab.org.

Tel. 212-479-3355

Time: 
May 10 2017 - 6:00pm - 8:00pm
Location: 

507-15 West 172nd Street, NYC 10032