This Sage certificate training course is based on the 2017 version of the sage 50 Professional accounting software. It will help you to manage your supplier’s details accurately; process invoices and sales produce financial reports and maintain the VAT records.
This Sage course is beneficial to anyone that wants to take control of their business finances or wants to start-up their own business and. Also, this course will enhance employability skills. The Sage certificate course is suitable for beginners who are looking to refresh their skills as well as those with previous experience in the accounting sector.
This Sage certificate course is for the small business owners, individuals and bookkeeper who want to learn how to use the Sage 50 (2017 Version) accounting software.
- Business Status
- Customer and Sales
- Vendors and Purchases
- Inventory and Services
- Accounts Payable Review
- Accounts Receivable Overview
- Chart of Accounts
- Receive Money and Bank Deposits
- Enter Bills
- Automatic Back-up
- Back-Up data
- Back-Up data
- Automatic Back-up
- Restore Data
- Reconcile Accounts
- Employees and Payroll
- Payroll Setup
- Bank Accounts
- Credits and Returns
- Accounts Receivable Reports
- Journal Entries
- Audit Trail
- Trial Balance
- Balance Sheet
- Profit & Loss
- EC Sales
- Intrastat Returns
- VAT Returns
Courses You Can Enrol For
- Bookkeeping & VAT
- Bookkeeping & Payroll
- Accounts Assistant
- Final Accounts
- Management Accounts
Career Path After Completion Of Training
- Junior Accountant
- Account Assistant
- Payroll Manager
- Credit Controller
- Finance Manager
Why Choose Future Connect Training & Recruitment?
- High-Quality Training Materials
- One and one training sessions
- Trainers are highly qualified
- Recruitment support
- Reference from Future Connect Accountants
- Centres are open seven days a week
- Guaranteed Work Placement
Enrol on our Sage certificate course today. For more information, please speak to our advisor on 02037908674 or 01212959988. Our offices are based in London, Harrow and Birmingham where the practical training will be conducted. You can also email us on firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
What is the importance of sage software training?
Learning something new may be daunting, difficult, and time-consuming, and it always comes with its own set of obstacles – all good reasons to avoid it. In the end, the advantages received by thorough Sage training should well justify the cost and additional work required.
It would be ideal if you did not hasten the deployment of Sage software. In reality, you must continue to run your business while evaluating, installing, and learning a new solution. It's hard for the faint of heart since it usually entails repeated data entering to finish a parallel run, which puts a lot of pressure on your team.
Before you or your workers can take full advantage of the more advanced technology that a new Sage software solution provides, you or your staff will always benefit from adequate software training. Using your data to ensure confidence, knowledge, development, and efficiency and customised Sage training is by far the greatest approach to ensure you get the most out of your investment.
Many individuals believe that the most difficult aspect of implementing a new software solution is the latest technology, limitations of off-the-shelf products, in-house infrastructure, prices, and internal politics. However, the most significant stumbling block is insufficient training.
Why do you need to become a Sage 50 Accounts Expert?
Sage 50 Accounts is the most dependable and widely used accounting software programme in the United Kingdom. It is for the needs of small and medium-sized enterprises in mind. Businesses exist in a variety of forms and sizes, each with its own set of requirements.
Many professions, including bookkeepers, accountants, and financial managers, utilise Sage 50 Accounts. Users may run their organisations more efficiently and economically by using the tools and functions included in Sage 50 Accounts.
Business data, such as financial data, is frequently sensitive and secret. Sage 50 Accounts has multi-level security capabilities that allow you to manage who has access to what in your company. It means you can limit who has access to corporate data and lessen the risk of theft and fraud involving company assets.
Improved reporting feature
Sage 50 Accounts now has a perfect reporting function that allows you to customise data and financial statement formats. The user profiles for whom the company generated reports include investors, shareholders, and auditors.
Sage 50 Accounts has several reporting features that make creating reports quick, straightforward, and convenient. You may produce information on a monthly, quarterly, or annual basis, as well as comparison reports for two accounting periods, for example. You may also use the excel and crystal functions in the sage 50 information area to build customised reports.
Tax computation that is simple and error-free
Business tax computation is sometimes considered a demanding, stressful, and intimidating process. You'll have to figure out how to compute VAT and other company taxes. HMRC might penalise you if you don't file proper tax returns.
Every hard-earned pound counts when it comes to starting a successful business. When it comes to HMRC tax filings, Sage 50 Accounts shows to be a helpful friend.
Sage 50 Accounts has outstanding tax calculation capabilities that assist you in computing taxes and allow you to submit them directly to HMRC, saving you time. You can modify the tax codes for different products and services or pick from a list of preset tax codes.
Penalties and fines for incorrect tax filings are steep, and they may be devastating to your organisation.
Correct tax filing allows you to collect legitimate tax benefits that according to your company's eligibility. Tax payments that are accurate assist maintain the firm's records clean and show that the corporation is open and honest in its dealings.
Inventory control and management have improved
The inventory function in Sage 50 Accounts is one of the most useful features. Being forced to turn away clients and losing revenue due to a lack of stock is one of the worst things that may occur to a company (a stock-out).
Inventory management is frequently compared as balancing on a tightrope, and for a good reason. Customers that are dissatisfied with your service may never buy from you again! On the other hand, excessive stocking comes with its own set of drawbacks. The cash flow is disturbed, critical monetary resources are stopped, and may require additional storage costs.