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Sage 200 Financials

Sage 200 Financials offers you unrivalled day-to-day control over your business' finances

What is Sage 200 Financials?

Sitting at the heart of your system, Financials are the core financial management and accounting modules that come as standard with Sage 200.

Sage 200 Financials offers you unrivalled day-to-day control, underpins your financial governance and provides detailed information on which to base key business decisions.

Whether you are in the office or working remotely, it allows you to see the financial position of your company at any point in time

You can analyse historical trends and data to give you the accurate information you need to make critical business decisions.

TSG’s specialists will work with you to blend standard ‘out-of-the-box’ functionality with tailored templates in order to configure a solution that is specific to your business processes at the same time as tapping into best practice.

The benefits of Sage 200 Financials

  • Set flexible accounting periods

  • Sophisticated debt and credit control

  • Process transactions quickly and efficiently

  • Control bank, investment and cash accounts

  • Record fixed assets against an asset record

  • More effectively record assets and manage depreciation

  • Three tier chart of Accounts – cost centres & departments

  • Run financial statements for different departments or companies

  • Balance sheets and cashflow statements at the touch of a button

  • Seamlessly integrate Sage 200 Financials with your banking software 

  • You can run four key ledgers: Sales, Purchase, Nominal and Cashbook

  • Manage the accounts of multiple companies enabling consolidation of group accounts

  • Set up to 20 accounting periods which can be open, closed and re-opened as needed

  • Choose from a selection of depreciation methods (before posting to the nominal ledger)

  • Deal with foreign currencies and exchange rates – and manage gains and losses from currency transactions