Sage Fixed Assets Depreciation
This Could Mean Everything
Acronyms for regulatory agencies, laws, and even forms run the gamut: IRS, IFRS, GAAP, SOX, GASB, CCA, T2S8—but your compliance can’t. Even the most minute changes in financial and tax rules, including exemptions, can mean the difference between major penalties and major cost savings. And the detailed administrative tasks required to manage fixed assets effectively can overwhelm an organization of any size. Whether you’re a business entity, government office, or nonprofit organization, you need Sage Fixed Assets—Depreciation.
Simple Migration and Integration
With the import/export assistant, you can easily import your existing data into the Sage Fixed Assets—Depreciation database. In addition, by utilizing built-in links for Sage General Ledgers or adding the Universal Link, you can integrate with virtually any General Ledger solution. You’ll be up and running in no time.
Sage Fixed Assets—Depreciation provides an all-inclusive solution for recording the data for each asset, including a notes field with a time and date stamp for recording transactions, and the ability to attach photos and documents. In addition, by adding Sage Fixed Assets—Tracking, you never have to worry about a disconnect between your inventory database and asset registry thanks to seamless integration.
With the wealth of features offered including customizable data fields, predefined drop-down lists for fast and accurate data entry, and the ability to organize and view only the assets you’re interested in, you can customize your Sage Fixed Assets—Depreciation solution to work the way you want to.
Built-in Tax Forms and Worksheets
Sage Fixed Assets—Depreciation includes the following tax forms and worksheets:
• 3468 • 4255 • 4562
• 4626 • 4797 • T2S8
Sage Fixed Assets—Deprecation comes standard with over 30 reports, including:
- Allocation Percentage
- Annual Activity
- Annual Projection
- Asset Basis
- Capital Assets Notes
- Change in Capital Assets
- Depreciation Adjustment
- Depreciation Expense
- Depreciation Summary
- Disposal/Partial Disposal
- Fixed Asset Summary