New in Sage 50 Accounts v24.2

There are many improvements in Sage 50 Accounts V24.2 to help you save time and money:-

Corrections on the fly – It is now easier and quicker to do corrections by editing transactions direct from activity windows.

Restore backups direct from OneDrive – With Sage 50 cloud Accounts, it is easy to restore scheduled backups from OneDrive when integrated with Office 365.

Help with GDPR – V24.2 now has additional reports to help you with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

Faster online payments – with Sage Invoice Payments customers can now pay by card using Strip and PayPal.  Transactions are automatically posted to Sage 50 Accounts saving you time.

Post bank charges fast – add bank charges when posting supplier payments and customer receipts, no having to do a separate posting, saving time.

Improvements to Sage Drive – Company list now shows if you are at a main site or remote site and clearer messaging when your main site is offline.

Direct Debit improvements – Retry failed payments from within Sage 50 accounts.  The ability to create a generic Direct Debit mandate request link that is not specific to an individual customer, making it easier for customers to set up Direct Debits with you.

There are many improvements in Sage 50 Payroll V24.01.103 to help you save time and money:-

Dummy FPS – You can now perform a dummy full payment submission (FPS). This means the submission won’t go to HMRC but it will correct the last FPS date in the software.

Clear nominal link posting history – There may be times when you need to clear your nominal link posting history. For example, if you have to restore a backup in the Sage Accounts and you need to repost your salary journals using the Nominal link.

Personal Data Management Tool – To check what personal data you have for your employees, you can use the Standard Retrieval, AdHoc Retrieval and Data Check options in the Personal Data Management Tool.

New tax year legislation – The Sage 50 Payroll update includes all the relevant legislation changes for the 2018/2019 tax year.

Online P60s  – There is now the option at the Payroll year end to upload Online P60s in the same way as the Online Payslips service.

Automatic enrolment phasing  – the minimum contributions you and your employees pay into your pension scheme has increased in April 2018. If you have the Sage 50 Payroll with the Pension Module, this now includes the new rates for 2018/19 and 2019/2020 tax years.

Consent received – As the Emergency Contacts option in the employee record, holds details of another individual, a consent received check box has been added. This is to confirm you have obtained consent to hold their information in the payroll software.

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