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Simplified financial reporting software

Get real-time business insights with automated and easy-to-read reporting from Sage Accounting.

Clear and easy-to-understand reporting dashboard

View all your financial reports from a single, easy-to-read reporting dashboard, including your cash flow and balance sheet data. Real-time reports give you a clear view of outstanding invoices your customers owe you, and what you owe your suppliers.

Track, compare, and contrast business trends

View trends and insights to make better business decisions and reach your business goals. Track current trends with past and current business performance. Create a specific view of your profit and loss data, sales, and opening and closing balances.

Share professional reports easily

Quickly and easily generate reports like a summary of your business performance you can easily share with your team or your accountant.

E-book : A guide to small business finances

As you plan for one year, five years, or even a decade from now, it is important to keep up with your finances. Our guide can help you learn how to better understand your finances.

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Financial reporting software FAQs

Financial reports are formal records of the financial activities and position of a business or entity.
Financial reporting provides a snapshot of a business’ financial health, giving insight into its performance, operations, and cash flow. Financial reports are essential since they provide information about the business’ revenue, expenses, profitability, and debt.
Financial statements can be official reports like a balance sheet or statement of financial position, reports on a company's assets, liabilities, and owners equity at a given point in time.

Income statement - representing the revenues, expenses, and profits/losses generated during the reporting period.

Balance sheet - financial statement which includes assets, liabilities, equity capital, total debt at a point in time.

Cash flow statements - financial statements telling you how much cash you have on hand for a specific period.

Statement of retained earnings - financial statement that provides an overview of the changes in a business’ retained earnings during a specific accounting cycle or reporting period.