Place for Sage 50 Lovers

Sage 50 is the most popular Accounting Software Package in UK. It is also popular in many other countries in Asia and Africa (India, Dubai, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Bangladesh, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Malaysia, Singapore, South Africa, Zambia, Botswana, Malawi, Nigeria) in addition to becoming most used Accounting system Great Britain and Ireland.

Accountants who have used sage 50 love it and they just cant live without it when they join other organisations.

There are many reasons behind so much affection for sage 50. (Formerly sterling and then sage line 50) These are the main factors:

Easy to use, Easy to learn
easy to install and setup
Great Audit trail to track transactions in seconds
User log
Great report designer
Disaster recovery friendly database structure
Addon - compatible
Reasonable security
Upto 10 users can be added

But if you are looking for a hassle free online Cloud Accounting application which support UK statutory requirements then the choice is Kashflow.

Electronic Banking in Sage 50

If you bank online it is possible to send payments to your suppliers from Sage 50 Accounts
through to your banking software. To set this up you need to follow a few simple steps:
1. A list of compatible banks is available from Sage’s website. To access this information,
from within Sage 50 Accounts 2012, open Weblinks > Sage e-Banking.

2. If your banking software is listed here, select the option to Download plug-in and save
the file to your desktop.

3. Close Sage 50 Accounts, locate the file you downloaded and double-click it to install
the required component.

4. Open Sage 50 Accounts and switch on e-Banking in Settings > Bank Defaults >
Enable e-Banking.

5. Within your list of bank accounts, open the appropriate bank record. In the Bank
Details tab make sure your sort code and account number have been entered, select
your bank type from the list and save the bank record.

6. For all the suppliers that you’re paying electronically, within the Bank tab of their
individual records, ensure all their banking details have been entered, select the Online
Payments check box, and save the records.

You are now ready to start using e-Banking. After paying your supplier, to create the
required file, click E Payments within your list of bank accounts, and follow the on-screen

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