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Easy-to-set-up, easy-to-use accounting software for startups and micro business

Reduce admin, organize your finances, and get paid faster. Sage Accounting can help you grow your startup or microbusiness rapidly.

Grow confidently and easily with startup accounting software from Sage

Create and send invoices automatically

Generate personalized sales invoices for customers in seconds. Set up recurring invoices with a "Pay Now" button from Stripe.

Get better visibility over open jobs and business finances

See how many jobs are pending and control costs. View cash flow forecasts on an easy to use dashboard and make better decisions for your micro business with powerful, easy-to-understand reports

Automate your accounting

Reduce admin time and improve accuracy. Connect your bank account and automatically categorize and import transactions into Sage Accounting. Pull in data and documents, including receipts, automatically with AutoEntry.

Work on the go with the Sage Accounting mobile app

Use the Sage Accounting app for Android or iOS and create and send an invoice from anywhere. Check when you got paid and your cash flow, all in one place.

Startup accounting software plans and pricing

Sage Business Cloud Accounting Start

Sage Accounting Start

$10 /month

Entry-level accounting software. Ideal for self-employed and micro-businesses. 

  • Create and send invoices
  • Track what you're owed
  • Automatic bank reconciliation
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Sage Accounting

Sage Accounting

70% off for 6 months
$25
$7.50 /month
You save $105.00

Powerful cloud accounting software for small businesses. Includes everything from Sage Accounting Start, plus: 

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Start-up accounting software FAQs

Startups and microbusinesses tend to use the accounting software that has the best value—that is, they'll typically choose the accounting software that offers the features they need at the most economical price. Sage Accounting has all the features microbusinesses and startups need to run their entire business, and it's offered in two very affordable subscription plans: Sate Accounting Start (starting at $10.00/month) and Sage Accounting (starting at $25.00/month).
Different startup accounting software options have differing interfaces, features and integrations. But typically, microbusiness and startup accounting software, like Sage Accounting, is used by providing a secure connection to a business bank account that automatically imports transaction data into the software and auto-categorizes the transaction by the predetermined and customized parameters you choose when you set up your software. Some software for startups and microbusinesses only help organize the books. Sage Accounting can handle the books, plus take payments, track expenses, capture receipts automatically with AutoEntry, and automatically create and send invoices.
Starting a business with a small team and a lean budget, there's no time to waste on admin or worrying about the accuracy of your financials. Accounting software for startups like Sage Accounting helps you manage your finances with fast and accurate automation, so you can rest easy knowing your numbers are correct and make smart business decisions.
Startups and microbusinesses usually consist of lean teams with limited budgets, so the team members often wear many hats at the beginning from launch, including that of the bookkeeper or accountant. That's why startup accounting software like Sage Accounting is so valuable for microbusinesses—it provides a powerful tool that can handle accounting and admin tasks easily to businesses who don't have the resources of an accounting or bookkeeping team.