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Sage 50 is a multi-featured accounting and bookkeeping program that allows you to create invoices, statements, pay your bills, write checks, track inventory, manage your payroll, and perform other accounting and business-related services. Sage 50 is a terrific program to learn, as the skills that you learn in Sage 50 can save valuable time and

There are many different types of accounting software that businesses can use. One popular title is Peachtree. In this post, we will discuss the general ledge default settings and also how to add accounts.   General Ledger Default Settings The General Ledger records all financial information for your company. Every transaction that occurs is eventually

Sage50: Creating a Company

Friday, 13 September 2013 by

When you want to create a new company file in Sage50, you use the “New Company” wizard to create your new company file and enter its information. You can start the “New Company” wizard by selecting “File| New Company…” from the Menu Car. The “New Company” wizard displays different windows into which you will input

The General Ledger records all financial information for your company. Every transaction that occurs is eventually posted to the set of accounts that make up the General Ledger. This set of accounts is called the Chart of Accounts. Here we will look at setting the defaults for the General Ledger.   When you want to

Understanding accounting is a very useful skill to have when it comes to managing a small business. The better a manager understands financial data, the easier it is for them to make a decision. In this post, we will discuss some basic accounting terms as well as accounting methods that are relevant to small businesses.

In accounting, it’s important to understand the different types of financial statements in order to be able to use them properly. The first important financial statement is the balance sheet. A balance sheet is an accounting tool that shows a company’s financial position at a certain point in time. In this post, we will discuss some

Cost behavior analysis is the study of how certain costs behave in a business. Understanding cost behavior is crucial for managers so they can control costs effectively. In this post, we will give a brief overview of cost behavior and the different types of costs a manager can analyze. More information can be found on

In accounting, T-accounts are used to track economic activity within the business. A T-account is an individual record of an increase/decrease in an asset, liability, stockholder’s equity, revenue, or expense. Each T-account consists of three parts: the title of the account, a debit, and a credit. A debit is the left side of the account.