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Sage 50cloud Payroll v26 is now available.

Sage updates will be rolled out in phases due to a later budget release on the 11th March, the first software update is available now, the second will be released before payroll year end, you will need to install both releases before you can process your PAYE in the new tax year.

The first new update will include the following:

  • Employment allowance changes
  • Class 1A NICs on termination payments
  • Parental… read more

Brexit is here!

Whether you wished to leave or remain (we don’t need to know which!), we can’t ignore the fact that it is finally happening.

One thing you don’t need to do is worry about the new legislation that will come in around what you have to do Accounting-wise if you’re using Sage 50cloud on a subscription…

The subscription model means you will be entitled… read more

Sage 50cloud Payroll 2020

Due to the government releasing a later budget this year, Sage 50 Payroll will be releasing two software updates before payroll year end.

The first update will come out in February and will contain new features and improvements, the second will include any legislation changes.

If you have any queries, or need any help installing the updates, please contact ACIT, we are… read more

Ever wonder why we believe ACIT support for Sage 50 Accounts is better than that from Sage directly?

We are proud of our smaller team; the ability to provide a personal service without automated systems and essentially understand the commercial needs of our customers. This was highlighted by a customer who have since switched from Sage to ACIT for their Sage 50cloud Accounts subscription… Following our Sage Specialist providing… read more

“Disasters Recovered”

Before the kettle had boiled on Monday morning a customer was telling us “All my files are encrypted……” Unfortunately they were a yet another victim of ransomware!!

Brandon raced to site with a new SSD drive, re-installed the OS and set the restore process going. All was looking good, until he tried to restore their CRM data from their cloud backup, the zip file was password protected, set by a former… read more

Sage 50 errors?

There’s nothing worse than coming into the office in the morning, opening Sage Accounts, only to find a message pops up advising that there are errors in your Sage 50cloud data.

If you find yourself in this predicament, please contact us.

There are tools built into the software to help fix some of them, but not all errors can be solved this way.  Our detailed knowledge of the background tables that… read more

All quotes marked as Won? Let’s reverse that!

If you have ever had a user accidentally mark all quotes in your Sage system as Won, you will know how frustrating this can be. The big problem comes from there being no built-in method for reversing this. Therefore, the only option is to restore from your last available backup! This results in users spending hours redoing their work since… read more

Domestic reverse VAT charge has now been delayed until 2020

The domestic reverse charge will change to the way VAT is collected in the building and construction industry.

This doesn’t come into effect until 1 October 2020 and means the customer receiving the service will have to pay the VAT due to HMRC instead of paying the supplier.

This will only apply to you if you supply or receive specified services that are reported under the Construction Industry Scheme (CIS).

Windows Update issues – April 2019

We have had a number of calls today from customers who have got stuck on a ‘configuring windows’ screen when they started their computers.
It appears that updates released last night for both Windows 7 and Windows 10 have had something in them which some machines are fine with, others do not like.
For the moment, we are suggesting that our customers hold off installing Windows updates for the next… read more

Windows Update issues – April 2019

We have had a number of calls today from customers who have got stuck on a ‘configuring windows’  screen when they started their computers.

It appears that updates released last night for both Windows 7 and Windows 10 have had something in them which some machines are fine with, others do not like.

For the moment, we are suggesting that our customers hold off installing Windows updates for the next week… read more