TKFlex Church Accounting

1 Review 3/5

A multi-module management system designed by TKDatabase Solutions for non-profit organizations.

About TKFlex Church Accounting

TKFlex Church Accounting for Windows 95/98/ME/2000/XP

  • A Complete Church Accounting System
  • Tracks unlimited fund accounts
  • Tracks donations for unlimited donors
  • Tracks 1099 Information
  • All donations received on one screen
  • Reconciliation of 999 bank accounts
  • One-Year Free Upgrades (Renewable)
  • One-Year Free Phone/Email Support (Renewable)
  • Donor Statements
  • Fund Balances Report
  • Balance Sheet
  • Income Statement
  • Upgrade path to TKLedger Fund Accounting

Bank Reconciliations

Allows You To:

  • Track 999 Bank accounts
  • Maintains reconciliation history


With Donations, You Can:

  • Deduct tax and non-tax contributions.
  • Allocate each donation to several income accounts.
  • Print deposit slips


Expenses Allows You To:

  • Track unlimited vendors
  • Allocate each check to several expense accounts
  • Print checks
  • Prints 1099’s

General Ledger

The General Ledger Will Allow You To:

  • Keep track of unlimited years of data on-line for inquiries, comparisons, and reports
  • Enter transactions in the next fiscal year before running the end of the year closing program


Members/Donors Will Allow You To:

  • Track unlimited donors
  • Generate an annual donation summary
  • List address/phone numbers
  • Export donor information

Product Overview

User Reviews of TKFlex Church Accounting

Submitted on March 16th, 2020 by Pamela Posey from Sugar Hill Church of God of Prophecy

The program is easy to use once you are familiar with it but I have the Windows 95/98/ME/2000/MP, then the Version 5.5 Windows 2000/XP/Vista. If I ran into a problem I had a very hard time getting help from the developer. The program was original developed for the church organization that I am a member of and it was great for what it did, but there were some problems.

The Good…

I like the way it is laid out. It is simple to understand and use.

The Bad…

If I had a problem, the manual was not helpful enough and I could not get help from the company that owned the program at the time.