The challenges in 2020 were unlike any we’ve seen in our lifetime. Much of your business processes were thrown into a whirl of changes. Fixed Asset Management became a topic for all coming to grips with remote users, new server hardware and tracking equipment on the move.
I am sure Year end is in full swing for Accounting teams everywhere. Net at Work Fixed Asset clients range from Non-Profit Organizations, US corporations and even Canadian Companies. Every year company tasks vary depending on the tax rules, or IRS requirements.
When you have Sage 300 ERP as your Accounting solution, there are two products that will work nicely for your Depreciation tasks. There are a lot of things to consider also with services related to implementing either product. Net at Work has seasoned Consultants on staff for either product.
Sage Depreciation does not have a web-based solution, however in an effort to meet our clients concerns such as, increasing onsite hardware costs, internal I.T. staffing time and efforts, and the rising Ransomware issues we have providing hosting plans via our Cloud at Work sister company.
What’s New for Fixed Assets in 2021? Every year Depreciation tax has new rules and some extension of old ones. Is your software up to date? Remember the forms will print for the previous tax year. Release 2021 will generate 2020 Tax forms.
The Further Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2020 extended many tax provisions that were about to or had previously expired.
So often organizations have requirements to inventory assets once a year. The process is often manual starting with printing a depreciation listing report for someone to ‘check’ off, only to have to go back into the software to update those assets with a Found Status. Sage Asset Tracking provides the tool for clients to move from a manual inventory process to a digital and more effective process.
Sage Depreciation Software Tip We often get asked “Is there an easier way in Sage Depreciation to edit all our GL account numbers that are getting changed?” Yes! Here are the steps. Use Group View to OPEN the Complete…