Thank you for choosing Sage 50.
Sage 50 is an easy-to-use accounting solution with screen-level security, audit trails, and automatic accounting checks, so you get the accuracy and control you need to improve your business results. It provides robust functionality in inventory, job costing, and time and billing, and has at-a-glance dashboards and advanced analysis tools to help small businesses make more informed, proactive decisions.
Sage 50 is designed to make it easy to convert your QuickBooks data yourself. The simple wizard format steps you through the process and explains each of your options.
- Lists, Balances and Transactions will convert from QuickBooks 2010 - 2012
- Data can be converted from QuickBooks Pro, Premier and Enterprise, versions 2010 - 2012
- Sage 50 First Accounting cannot convert QuickBooks or Quicken data
After your conversion is successfully complete, you will notice some terminology differences between QuickBooks and Sage 50.
The list below highlights these differences.
- Write Checks are imported as Payments
- Electronic Bill Payment transactions are imported as Payments
- Deposits and Transfers are imported as Journal Entries
- Chart of Account types
- Undeposited Funds become Cash Accounts
- Direct Deposit Liability become Current Liability Accounts
- Petty Cash become Cash Accounts
- Reconciliation Differences become Expense Accounts
QuickBooks® information that cannot be converted to Sage 50 Accounting 2013:
- Individual Payroll transactions
- Custom field labels
- Ship Via labels are not converted to defaults*
- Payment Method labels are not converted to defaults*
- Sales Tax Type labels do not convert to defaults*
QuickBooks to Sage 50 Conversion FAQs
* These fields are converted on transactions but not as defaults