One of the most tricky aspects of starting on new business software is to get going and knowing that you are doing the right thing. In this video is show how to set up your company in Sage Accounting in under 5 minutes. These are the basics settings to get you started quickly and efficiently.

It is so easy to set up your company in Sage Accounting that it can be done in under 5 minutes.

The Sage setup process is done in 3 simple steps.

There are no limits with your company set up during the 30-day free trial period of Sage Accounting, because you have access to all the same features that Sage offer to a fully paid licence.

If you do not have all the information to enter in all the fields, do not fear, you can always add more information later and fine tune your company settings.

To read the article and to follow the steps of setting up your company visit our website blog page.

For more information about Sage, cloud accounting and business success ideas at our home page.

To sign up for the Sage Accounting 30-day-free-trial visit page.

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