If you are using Sage One then we would be very happy to help you. We have our own conversion software which can take the Transaction History from Sage One and transfer it to our in-house system as shown in the diagram above. Once you have typed in a transaction on Sage One, all subsequent processing is electronic all the way through to the accounts which we prepare for you. If required, we could do your accounts at high speed. We usually quote a fixed fee based upon an estimate of how long the job will take. If all-electronic processing means the accounts take less time to prepare, then our quote is likely to be lower! Some Details Sage One can take bank feeds, which means that your bank reconciliation is always done automatically. Nothing should be omitted or double-counted. Sage One asks you to specify things like the Type of Expense when you are posting expenses. If you are unsure, then please just post it to General Expenses and enter a Name for the payee. When you enter a new name, just click on the bar where it tells you and this new name will be saved for the future. Let’s say your payee is just called Smith. On our system this will show as “Smith General Expenses”. We will look at the invoice and then decide how to post it correctly. If payments to Smith are usually for Motor expenses, but you accidentally post a payment to General Expenses, this is no problem for us. What we will see is “Smith Motor” and “Smith General Expenses” as the transaction descriptions, and we will just re-route the second payment heading to motor expenses. This type of misposting happens quite a lot with computerised systems but we can deal with it easily. If you are using Sage One to send out invoices followed up with statements, then you might like to read our article on debt collection.