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Master your fixed assets: 2 videos on lifecycle planning and inventory strategies

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Master your fixed assets: 2 videos on lifecycle planning and inventory strategies

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The fixed assets planning process begins before the asset is even acquired. A lifecycle approach to managing fixed assets, from acquisition to transfer and ultimately disposal, delivers enhanced financial outcomes for your organization. Watch our video above for 3 key things to know about better fixed asset planning.

3 things to know about inventory tracking strategy

Improper tracking of fixed assets can lead to underpayment of taxes, overpayment of insurance, and a myriad of issues that can bring about compliance challenges and financial inaccuracies. Watch our video below for 3 things to know about fixed asset tracking.

This article is part of our Sage Fixed Assets series. Sage Fixed Assets integrates with ERP and accounting solutions, including Sage 50Sage 100Sage 300, and Sage X3, to allow companies to manage every step of their fixed assets lifecycle. 

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