Get access to Sage One Accounting as part of your Costco membership for your first 12 months, worth £120 for new customers.
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Get access to Sage One Accounting as part of your Costco membership for your first 12 months, worth £120 for new customers.

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Found 27th Aug 2015
If you are a Costco member you can
Get access to Sage One Accounting as part of your Costco membership for your first 12 months, worth £120 for new customers.

Managing your business finances shouldn’t be complex, that’s why we introduced Sage One Accounting, the simple online accounts software that’s suitable for business owners who want a more effective way to manage their business.

Even after the 12mths they will only charge you £1/mth.
If you are not a member yet it is still worth just for this for those who want to use sage(Note this offer is only for new Customers who haven't used Sage before even for a trial period.)
Costco membership costs £25+vat = £30 for individual or £20+vat = £24.
Chk T&C's as well

uk.sageone.com/ter…ns/

9 Comments

Original Poster

Link to T&C

If you live in Sundbury you benefit more by joining as you get £20 in vouchers chk this HUKD post

Don't do it! Information on Sage is a nightmare to move, the software is flakey at best the Sage Drive cloud storage seems to be down as much as it is up and the App they charge you to use is rubbish!

Feels like I pay £30 a month to them to beta test their software....

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brookysm

Don't do it! Information on Sage is a nightmare to move, the software is … Don't do it! Information on Sage is a nightmare to move, the software is flakey at best the Sage Drive cloud storage seems to be down as much as it is up and the App they charge you to use is rubbish!Feels like I pay £30 a month to them to beta test their software....


I haven't used it so wasn't aware of the issues you highlighted, but as a practice it's free for one year. Just don't use real company details and something you might need to rely on. Just practice on it and cancel it before the 1st year is up.

dalipsinghno1

I haven't used it so wasn't aware of the issues you highlighted, but as a … I haven't used it so wasn't aware of the issues you highlighted, but as a practice it's free for one year. Just don't use real company details and something you might need to rely on. Just practice on it and cancel it before the 1st year is up.


Practice isn't the issue, its Sage itself!

I've been stuck with it for 8 years now because it is too much hassle to port over info, there is software that is supposed to do it by a few companies but I've yet to see it successfully work 100% error free, even porting from one version of Line 50 to a later one often screws something up!

If ever there was one piece of advice I'd give myself 8 years ago knowing what I now know it would be stay away from Sage.....

8 years !!..... Time for you to move it.....:|

brookysm

Practice isn't the issue, its Sage itself!I've been stuck with it for 8 … Practice isn't the issue, its Sage itself!I've been stuck with it for 8 years now because it is too much hassle to port over info, there is software that is supposed to do it by a few companies but I've yet to see it successfully work 100% error free, even porting from one version of Line 50 to a later one often screws something up!If ever there was one piece of advice I'd give myself 8 years ago knowing what I now know it would be stay away from Sage.....



Couldn't agree more about Sage! Have you looked at Xero? they regularly offer free conversion from Sage 50. It is worth using the webchat on their home page to see what they offer.

jcaho7

8 years !!..... Time for you to move it.....:|


You think I haven't tried?

Just checked, the Sage conversion offer is still on....

xero.com/uk/…ro/

People are talking about the Sage 50, the desktop product. The offer is for Sage One, the cloud based product - it seems to be very comparable to Xero so doesn't seem to be a bad offer.
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