Sage Fixed Assets White Papers
Browse our selection of white papers to learn about the importance of implementing a fixed asset management solution in your organization.
Win-Win Fixed Asset Management: Integrating Sage Fixed Assets with ERP Systems
Read how Sage Fixed Assets integrates with ERP systems to provide businesses with the best of both worlds in fixed asset and financial management. These benefits include regular tax updates, more robust functionality, cost savings, knowledgeable support from depreciation experts, and enhanced compliance.
The Cost of Spreadsheets in Fixed Asset Management
While spreadsheets are used by companies for a wide range of tasks, studies have shown that a majority of companies continue to use spreadsheets for financial tracking and reporting. The negative aspects of spreadsheets when it comes to tracking and depreciating fixed assets can be substantial, including the manual creation of formulas, lack of audit trails, security concerns, and the potential for fraud, to name a few.
Sage Fixed Assets Reports
See overviews and examples of the robust reporting capabilities of Sage Fixed Assets. Sample reports include a Depreciation Expense Report, Tax Expense Report, Depreciation Summary Report, Disposal Report, Asset Basis Report, Transfer Report, Fixed Asset Summary Report, Adjusted Current Earnings Report, Alternative Minimum Tax Report, Annual Projection Report, Monthly Projection Report, and 25 more.
Getting Your Money's Worth From Fixed Assets Software
In addition to help reduce the tax and insurance costs associated with ghost assets, comprehensive fixed asset management software can help you save time and avoid the hassles of managing assets manually in spreadsheets, maximize depreciation by choosing the best depreciation methods for tax planning, establish better internal controls and audit trails, produce more accurate financial reports, prepare for business continuity in the event of a disaster, and more.
Fixed Assets Inventory
A proper accounting of assets can save time and money, reduce theft, improve planning and budgeting, eliminate "ghost assets," and help an organization recover after a natural disaster. This white paper will help you learn about best practices for fixed asset management and suggest tips for implementing a successful inventory process.
Best Practices for Fixed Asset Managers
Sound fixed asset management can yield substantial tax savings in depreciation deductions. Conversely, suboptimal fixed asset practices can threaten the accuracy of financial reports and negatively impact your bottom line. Establishing the highest standards of depreciation accuracy and best practices in fixed asset management will help you to seek out potential savings in your fixed asset base and show you how to save time in the process.