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The new version of Sage 50 is out now!

Posted on 27th September 2016 by Alexis Outram - Sage

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You asked – Sage Listened

New features in the latest version of Sage designed to make your life easier:

  • Negative values on invoices – finally the ability to show negative lines on a sales invoice.
  • Enter invoices and payments together in one window – when recording supplier invoices you can mark the invoice as paid at the same time. Particularly useful for purchase invoices that you know will be paid by direct debit; no need to enter information separately.
  • Record the due dates for suppliers when you record the purchase invoices and sales invoices – making your invoice due reports much more accurate and much easier to keep an eye on overdue invoices.
  • Improved transaction drill down – greater transaction details when drilling down into customer, supplier, nominal and bank activity screens – reducing the need to go to the transactions screen to check details.
  • Support for Microsoft Office 64-bit - enables 50 Accounts to integrate with 64-Bit Outlook and Excel (including ODBC connections).

And don’t forget some of our favourite features from the previous version of Sage:

  • Drill down journals – click on a journal transaction from the nominal activity screen and see the whole original journal
  • Editable journals – our favourite new feature in a long time! Just click on a journal transaction in corrections and edit a journal!

Find out more (and save with Streets client discounts):

For a quote to upgrade to the latest version of Sage 50 (including special offers for Streets clients) or to find out more about the new features in Sage please email 

Is your Sage cover renewal due soon? Before you renew your cover with Sage contact Streets to see if we can give you a better price and a Streets client discount.

For more information on the new version of Sage 50, upgrades and renewal prices please email 

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