Sage 200 Financials Module

  • Track & Control Budgets
  • Process & revalue foreign currency transactions
  • Consolidation of multiple companies into a parent company

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Effectively manage your financial position with Sage 200 Financials module

The Sage 200 Financials Module contains the core accounting ledgers of Sage 200, the Nominal Ledger, Sales Ledger, Purchase Ledger, Cash Book and the Invoicing module. Within the main features of the module, you can keep track of money in your bank accounts, set up standing orders and direct debits and set up your chart of accounts. There is the option of integrating the Financials module with the other Sage 200 modules.

Accurate and real-time finances with powerful drill down capabilities

Interactive dashboards for financials, sales orders and sales purchases

Automate bank transactions, reconcile bank statements and save time and increase accuracy

Easy management of foreign currency trading including exchange rate changes

Record assets and manage depreciation effectively with the fixed assets register

Store unlimited supplier and customer contact details

Free Datasheet: Sage 200 Financials Module

Download our free Sage 200 Financials Module datasheet and learn how with Sage 200 you can:

  • Use Excel Reporting
  • Track & control budgets
  • Create custom group accounts
  • Automate direct debits and standing orders


Sage 200 Financials is a powerful core with a modern, easy to use interface

Sage 200 Sales Ledger

  • Import, Export and Update Accounts

    Use the import function to upload large volumes of customer accounts. For those global changes across all records, use the export function to bring all data into Excel in the correct CSV format. Once changes have been made, import back into Sage 200 via the Import and Update Current Accounts feature. This feature is also available in the Purchase and Nominal Ledger.

  • Consolidated Accounts

    For those customers who have multiple locations and require individual invoices to separate email addresses. List accounts as branches and associate to the relevant Head Office for consolidated statements and reporting, whilst maintaining the transactions separately.

  • Credit Control

    Use the Credit Control Enquiry workspace to get an instant overview of what transactions are outstanding. Filter and sort by reference, date, value, and account to drill down and pinpoint customers for further action. Alternatively, use the Aged Debtors and the Due Date default reports to produce this information on paper. Send statements and debtor letters and manage the status of accounts for those causing trouble! You can set it to on-hold.

  • Foreign Exchange

    Capable of handling all currencies in the Sales and Purchase Ledger. Choose between single and period exchange rates for each currency and restrict users from amending currencies on a transaction basis. As part of your period end routine, revalue your foreign accounts in both the Sales and Purchase ledger to reflect the base rate on your balance sheet.

Sage 200 Purchase Ledger

  • Approval for Purchase Invoices

    Set a value for purchase invoice approvals. Transactions entered over the specified value will post as a queried transaction. Queried transactions will be removed from payment runs until the authoriser approves. Allocate permission to those individuals you wish to approve invoices.

  • Payment Run

    Process all payments to your suppliers in one payment run. Categorise supplier accounts with payment groups to determine the behaviour of the payment run for those accounts. Let the system suggest transactions to pay based on the terms held on the supplier accounts, and the transaction dates. Review and confirm before generating the payment file.  Link to your bank account to produce a BACS file ready for upload into your banking portal.

  • Supplier Bank Details

    Maintain your supplier bank details in the system within the accounts. Restrict access with Sage System Administrator for certain roles and users. Use the system audit log in Accounting System Manager to view amendments to supplier bank details; the audit log tracks user, date and time, amended field, old value and update value for account code and sort code.

  • Scan and Attach Documents

    Link documentation to transactions for reference and audit purposes. When saving transactions, use the ‘Scan and Attach’ button to open file explorer and transfer across items including emails, invoices, images, etc. View documentation again with the transaction enquiry screen via the paperclip. The feature is available in both the Sales and Purchase ledger, for invoices and credit notes, and the Nominal Ledger for journal entry and VAT submissions. Documents can be attached before and after posting to the ledger.

Sage 200 Nominal Ledger

  • Reporting

    In-depth reporting made easy with a three-tiered nominal structure, consisting of the account code, department, and cost centre. Categorise your accounts with report categories to then design and build your financial statements. For further reporting capabilities, go one step further with analysis codes and customisable fields for reporting on accounts, and transactional analysis for tagging journals and transactions to project costings.

  • Journal Templates

    Build up a library of re-usable journal templates in the Nominal ledger to improve input efficiency. For those regular transfers between Nominal accounts, such as bills across multiple departments, create a template once and re-use it whenever required. Enter in the accounts, and then you can specify a value or percentage to use each time for the debit and credit boxes.

  • VAT Submission

    Submit your VAT returns with the Nominal ledger. Drill down into the individual boxes to view totals and transactions breakdowns. You can also enter adjustments and provide a reason for any variances. Once happy, sign into the HMRC portal within Sage to submit your application as part of the Making Tax Digital scheme. View completed period tables and submissions history logged per entity. Group submissions are submitted via a free of charge VAT module.

  • Fixed Assets

    Move out of Excel and into Sage to record and manage your long-term assets with the fixed assets register. Maintain information including Depreciation method; Netbook value; Balance sheet and profit and loss posting account; Residual value; Asset’s life span; Period percent; Manager and location; further analysis via analysis codes. Depreciate and dispose of assets as part of your period end routines.

Sage 200 Cashbook

  • Foreign Exchange

    Maintain your foreign bank accounts in Sage within the Cashbook. When creating your account, select from the currencies set up previously in the Accounting System Manager; pulling across the exchange rates entered. As part of your period end routines, you can revalue your foreign accounts for your balance sheet.

  • Bank Reconciliation

    Cross check the transactions in your actual bank account and those registered in Sage via the bank reconciliation window. Select and confirm transactions visible in both instances. Part-reconcile transactions for which you have only received a percentage for and enter transactions for the customer and supplier accounts that have been missed, without leaving the reconciliation form. Query transactions that do not appear on the bank statement and enter memos against items in Sage. Create drafts reconciliation files to revisit and complete later.

  • Bank Feeds

    Go further and integrate your bank account with your Cashbook in Sage. Use Bank Feeds to pull into Sage your transactions from the bank and more reconciling from a paper statement into one screen in Sage 200. Create Bank Feed rules to auto reconcile your transactions based on the transaction date, value, reference, sort code and account number.

  • Standing Order and Direct Debits

    For those reoccurring GBP transactions, you can set up standing orders and direct debits in your Cashbook and Nominal Ledger. User-defined frequency for transactions. You can set up SO and DD for regular sales receipts and supplier payments, and for both vatable and non-vatable nominal transactions.

Sage 200 Invoicing

  • Invoice Profit

    With Sage 200, you can view the line profit and the overall transaction. Two profit values are calculated; estimated and realised. Estimated is calculated at point of saving the invoice, and the realised profit is calculated once the invoice has been posted to the Sales ledger.

  • Documentation

    Need to produce an invoice document, but don’t want to pay for the additional commercial package? The invoicing module allows you print credit notes and invoices direct from Sage. Export as PDF’s or email directly to customers via Outlook or SMTP to avoid physically printing. Invoices can be reprinted at any time and can be printed before posting to the Sales Ledger and Nominal.

  • Invoice Items

    For those companies who do not house stock or require the commercials package to manage levels, yet still sell items, you can create ‘invoicing items’ to add to your transactions. You can also set up any additional charges involved in the sale, such as delivery or installation costs. Enter the code for the extra charge, the value, and the default nominal code.

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