With so many more people remote working, I have been moving a few of my clients away from Sage50c desktop software to Xero. This is by no means the right move for everyone ...
However, that does mean cancelling your Sage subscription and losing access to your data. What do you do if you have an HMRC inspection looming? Or you may need to look something up from a few years ago in your accounts?"
I would always recommend at the year-end keeping copies of the main financial reports (Profit and Loss, Balance Sheet and Trial Balance) and a copy in spreadsheet format of the Nominal Activity from Sage for each financial year as a backup.
So if moving to Xero you need to print the reports I suggested, but I can offer a service where I can load their data from their sage backup on my machine and access any reports they need on their behalf.
Or you could pay a subscription again for a short period in order to look at your old data. This is also relevant if you are closing your business, but need to keep your old accounts for the required legal period in case there is any comeback.
I can support and guide you through the process and also provide training in the new accounts package if it is needed. Learning Xero when you've been using Sage for years can seem hard at first, but like me, you will learn to love and embrace the new product.
There'll only be a few "I wish it did this!" moments, and I can help you with those too.
If anything I've written here resonates with you, call me on 01604 420057 and let's see how we can help you.