Sage 100 Small Business Accounting Year-End Close Finance Checklist Released
The new checklist covers in-depth steps that can be taken across each of the modules within the Sage 100 program. Because every aspect has its own unique close process, there are different considerations for business owners to take as they manage their end-of-year financial data.
More information can be found at https://www.jcscomputer.com/sage-100-year-end-close-checklist
With the latest move, the consultancy offers step-by-step instructions that business owners can use to confirm all the necessary tasks have been completed at the end of the financial year. The checklist also incorporates several frequently asked questions to help organizations increase efficiency and productivity.
The checklist details the minimum number of monthly recommended Sage 100 reports that can be printed out as PDFs and referred to as required. This allows for cross-referencing between subsidiary reports and the balances found on financial statements.
Other aspects include reconciling subsidiary reports to the general ledger balances, and the correct order to perform the Sage 100 year-end closing process. Business owners can use the checklist to make more accurate financial documentation and track whether or not their details are correct. The full checklist is available for download through the JCS website.
Accounting Business Solutions by JCS has provided assistance for Sage 100 solutions since 1989 and offers in-depth guidance, coaching, and advice centered on small business owners. It is an Authorized Sage 100 Reseller Solutions Provider and also offers Sage 50 and QuickBooks support and implementation advice.
The latest checklist release continues the consultancy’s focus on detail-oriented business solutions to enhance productivity, accounting efficiency, and monthly processes.
A spokesperson for the company states: “Most companies are not ready to close as of the last day of a month. Thankfully in Sage 100, you can record transactions of the current month, future month, and prior month all at the same time if necessary. In addition, there are trial balance reports in most modules that can be produced using a cutoff date so your reports only reflect the dates you choose to include.”
Interested parties can learn more at: https://accountingbusinesssolutionsusa.com/free-sage100-monthend-yearend-quaterend-closing-procedure-training
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