What are Bank Feeds?


Bank feeds is a feature of Sage 50 Accounts that integrates with your live bank account. It reduces the time you spend entering transactions, simplifies your bank reconciliation and ensures your accounts are up to date and accurate.

  • Download live bank account transactions and compare them to your Sage Accounts transactions.
  • Match your bank transactions to those in Sage Accounts, and create any missing transactions.
  • Set up rules to make automatic postings from your bank account into Sage 50cloud Accounts - Sage 50cloud Accounts v24 and above with a compatible bank.

How it works

Bank Feeds links to your bank and downloads your transactions. You can then match these to existing transactions in Sage Accounts, or create new ones. This confirms that everything in your live bank account is reflected in Sage Accounts. When you confirm your matches, it flags the transactions as matched within the Reconcile option, ready for your next bank reconciliation.

Find out more about how Bank Feeds links to your bank transactions.

Bank feeds entitlement

Bank compatibility

To check if your bank account is compatible with the Bank feeds service, see our list of supported banks.

Software entitlement

Bank feeds is available if you have Sage 50cloud Accounts or Sage 50 Accounts subscription v22 and above. It's also available if you have one of the following Sage support contracts:

  • Sage Cover Extra (UK)
  • Sage Cover Premium (UK)
  • Essential Cover Plus (ROI)
  • Essential Cover Expert (ROI)

If you're interested in upgrading to Sage 50cloud Accounts you can contact our sales team on 0800 33 66 33, or if you'd prefer us to call you back, just submit your details >>

Accountants and Bookkeepers - You have access to Bank Feeds if you are a member of the Accountant / Bookkeeper Network and have a valid contract.

Next steps

To get started you can set up Bank feeds, once complete, you can then start using Bank feeds.

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