Support for Club Accounting 3
As of April 1, 2016, Club Accounting 3 is no longer available for sale to new users. Renewals of the annual maintenance agreement were discontinued on April 1, 2021. Holders of current maintenance agreements will be able to continue using the program through December 31, 2021.
myICLUB.com is the current state-of-the-art solution for investment club accounting, operations, and tax filing. We urge users of Club Accounting 3 to contact us to learn about options for migrating to myICLUB.com.
The final version is Club Accounting 3.2.1. View the release notes for recent updates.
Listed below are some of the more common questions we've seen over the years when it comes to the general use of our Club Accounting 3 program. The majority of these links now go to our new FAQ system at http://www.iclub.com/faq
Hardware and software requirements for Club Accounting 3.
How do I enter an unusual accounting transaction, such as a merger, spinoff, or split?
How do I close my Club Accounting books for the end of the year?
Where do I find information on ex-dividend dates?
What is the Compound Annual Return and how is it calculated?
My maintenance has expired. How do I renew?
My maintenance is listed as expired, but it is is still in force.
How do I change or add a treasurer, or change computers?
I receive a "serious error" message when importing club data.
I am unable to register the software or, receive an error about connection problems.
How do I disband my club?
If you don't see your question listed above, don't forget to check our FAQ page, which is constantly updating to keep track of your most common questions!
Hardware and Software requirements for Club Accounting 3
600 MHz Processor (1 GHz Recommended)
128 MB RAM (256 or more Recommended)
800X600 screen resolution (1024X768 Recommended)
20 MB Free hard drive space on primary C: drive
Internet connection (Cable or DSL connection recommended)
Microsoft Windows Vista or higher (up to Windows 10).
Microsoft MDAC 2.8 and .NET Version 2
These may require extra downloads for some copies of Windows. Windows 8 can use built in files to activate the .NET framework, see our FAQ page:
http://www.iclub.com/faq/index.php?solution_id=1279 for more information.
After installing on any Windows version newer than XP, some adjustments must also be made for correct operation. For more on the specific steps, please see our FAQ page:
http://www.iclub.com/faq/index.php?solution_id=1257 on Steps After Installing Club Accounting.