Sage Fixed Assets – Depreciation

Automatic calculation of AMT and ACE schedules and over 20 methods of depreciation—including MACRS 150% and 200% (formulas and tables), ACRS, Straight Line, Modified Straight Line (formulas and tables), Declining Balance, Sum-of-the-Years-Digits, and customized depreciation methods

Customizable features help increase productivity:
• Easy-to-use Graphical Interface (GUI)
• Fully customizable data entry screen including field names, field lengths, field pictures, and field prompts—fields can even be turned off completely
• Customizable “SmartLists” for fast, accurate asset entry
• Powerful “Group Manager” for instant queries and reusable group definitions
• “Group View” for working with and viewing multiple assets simultaneously
• “Tab Design” lets you instantly switch between “Main,” “Transfer,” and “Disposal functions

Sage Fixed Assets Depreciation provides advanced fixed asset accounting and reporting features for businesses needing effective decision making tools in integrated accounting environments. Chosen 3-to-1 over all competing solutions combined, SFA Asset Accounting is the right choice for your company.

The comprehensive solution for managing fixed assets.

  • Most comprehensive depreciation calculation engine in the industry, containing over 300,000 IRS tax rules and GAAP supported depreciation methods
  • Business Support Members benefit from automatic software updates which keeps them up-to date with the most recent tax changes
  • Seven books, all visible on one screen—Internal, Tax, ACE, AMT, State, and two user-defined custom books
  • Manage entire fixed asset lifecycles, including transfers and disposals
  • Password security on user-defined menu levels
  • Custom Report Writer option provides graphics, drill down and batch reporting capabilities
  • Online help and electronic documentation
  • Includes the SFA Depreciation Guide—an electronic version of the definitive resource on fixed asset management

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