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Bank reconciliation software designed for your business

Connect your bank account, match your transactions easily and stay on top of your cashflow.

Take control of your business finances with Sage bank reconciliation solutions

Connect your Sage solution with your bank account. Import your transactions, and they will automatically match up. Sage provide bank feeds, which automatically flows transactions into your software, as well as different file import formats and bank rules that process your transactions from bank accounts.

Increase accuracy

Increase accuracy through the automatic reconciling process, reducing the risk of error.

Save time

Save time by eliminating the need to manually enter each transaction to reconcile bank statements.

Easy to use

Only a few steps required to start and automatically reconcile after that.

Improved workflow

Eliminate manual work, take back control and have full confidence. The first step to better cashflow is better sight of your cash.

Bank account reconciliation works with these Sage solutions

Sage

Accounting

Online accounting software, accessible on any device from anywhere. Perfect for sole traders and small businesses.

  • Create and send sales invoices
  • Track what you're owed
  • Automatic bank reconciliation
  • Calculate and submit VAT
  • Easy to set up and use
  • Be Making Tax Digital ready for VAT
Learn more about Sage Accounting
Sage 50

Accounts

A simple desktop accounting solution with invoicing and cash flow management.

  • Manage cash flow, income, expenses and payments
  • Manage multiple companies, departments and budgets
  • Create professional, personalised invoices and quotes
  • Set up invoices and transactions to recur
  • Connect to your bank
  • Calculate and submit VAT to HMRC
Learn more about Sage 50 Accounts
Sage

200

A straightforward finance and business management solution, perfect for cloud, desktop or hybrid working.

  • Take control with core financial and stock management functions
  • Manage your business on the move through the cloud
  • Build and access powerful data insights on the go
  • Set up recurring invoices and transactions 
  • Save time, simplify, and automate with bank feeds
  • Control payments and easily manage your outgoings
Learn more about Sage 200
Sage

Intacct

Online, flexible accounting and ERP software. Perfect for medium businesses.

  • Digitise payable and receivable workflows
  • Process multiple payments and invoices at the same time
  • Automatic bank reconciliation
  • Automate VAT submission and stay Making Tax Digital ready
  • Gain visibility with real-time, multi-dimensional reporting
  • Connect to planning, analytics, HR, and payroll data
Learn more about Sage Intacct

Bank reconciliation system software FAQs

Bank reconciliation software is software that lets you connect to your bank account so you can compare your bank records with the records in your accounting software, identifying the differences between the two. It helps to keep finances accurate and reduce human error.

Bank reconciliation is the process of comparing your business financial records with transactions on business bank statements to make sure they match. With Sage, we offer a bank feed, allowing transactions to automatically flow into your software, as well as various file import formats. As well as bank rules, which automatically process your transactions received from bank accounts.

Sage offers bank reconciliation through several solutions including Sage Accounting, Sage 50 Accounting, Sage 200 and Sage Intacct. Depending on your business size and needs we have a range of solutions that are best for you.

Reconciliation will help you save time and reduce manual data entry. You'll have peace of mind knowing that you're on top of your cash flow.

We don't have a stand alone app that is just for bank reconciliation, instead several Sage solutions that use bank reconciliation have their own apps including Sage Accounting.

There is no additional charge for bank reconciliation, it comes with several Sage solutions including Accounting, Sage 50, Sage 200 and Intacct.

Bank reconciliation is important to give you greater visibility and peace of mind. It also helps to manage your cashflow and helps prevent and detect fraud. More information is available in this Sage Advice article.

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Success stories from established businesses like yours

I can easily access my accounts and I know what’s going on. I can check whether a customer has actually paid me because it’s connected to my bank account.

Janice B. Gordon 
Founder, Scale Your Sales

Setting up a bank feed was effortless. Instead of spending hours on the computer doing paperwork, you’re talking to customers.

Luke Owen 
Rural Services, Sole trader

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