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Running a small business is a lot like juggling. From manually filing paperwork and sending invoices, to making decisions about unpredictable errors that pop up along the way – trying to balance your time and your cash flow can quickly turn into loss of control of your financials.

But if you want to set your business up for success in the future, taking control of your finances is essential. And there’s no better time to start than right now.

Accounting software makes it possible to manage your cash flow efficiently and boost work productivity by eliminating those pesky and time-consuming admin tasks with automation.

With an accurate, up-to-date view of your finances whenever you need, from wherever you are, you can take back control of your numbers and your time like a boss!

Download our guide, Boss Your Business , to discover 5 ways you can take back control and boss your business with Sage accounting solutions.

  1. Get paid on time

Processing invoices takes up 14.2% of the average business’ admin time. Beyond that, once you factor in the time it takes to send those invoices, the stress of checking to see if they’ve been paid kicks in.

By streamlining your invoicing process with Sage accounting solutions, you can manage your cash flow with peace of mind that your clients can pay you directly from an invoice. No more chasing late payments. Invoices sent; expenses paid!

  1. Save timing with automation

In order to run more efficiently and take control of your business, you need more time. Rather than spending another hour manually working through data entry use an automation tool, such as AutoEntry, to do it for you.

Now that you’re able to accurately and quickly capture those invoices and receipts—right from your phone—and have them synced automatically into your sage solution, you’ll have all the time you need to streamline your business with confidence.

  1. Manage payments and banking

Matching transactions you’ve manually entered into your accounting system with the statements received from your bank is not just time-consuming, it’s obsolete. With bank reconciliation using bank feeds to automatically import, reconcile, and allocate your transactions for you, you’ll save time and ensure your accounts are up to date and accurate.

  1. Make smart business decisions

Making confident data-driven decisions is critical for any small business. But without accurate numbers, it’s hard to know where your business stands.

With automated dashboards, you’ll have real-time visibility and instant access to your transactions, so you can quickly see how much money is coming in and out of your business each month. Ready to the ditch the spreadsheets and boss your numbers?

  1. Collaborate with your team of experts

Why spend another hour trying to juggle your numbers, compliance, and valuable time? Sometimes the best thing you can do to boss your small business is knowing when to seek an expert for help.

Sage will not only help you understand all the capabilities of your accounting software but help to ensure you get the most out of it. That means less time doing day-to-day admin work, and more time focusing on your business.

Now’s the time to boss your business; to raise your game and truly take control of it. Your time is valuable and admin tasks should no longer hold you back. By adopting automated technology for your processes, you’ll have more time to transform your small business and run it with confidence every step of the way.

Boss your finances

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5 ways to boss your business

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