GoCardless for Sage50

Automate your invoice payments and reconciliation with GoCardless for Sage 50Cloud Accounts

Get paid on time

Automatically collect payment for any Sage invoice on the due date, whether recurring or ad hoc.

Reduce admin

Spend less time chasing invoices and reconcile payments automatically.

Happier customers

Give great customer experiece with a secure payment method that is hassle free and easy to set up.

"GoCardless for Sage 50 is a revelation. We can now do in a couple of clicks, what had previously taken a couple of hours.”

Iain Worthington

Iain Worthington, Finance Director, VIA

Find out how to get paid on time with Sage 50

Get started with GoCardless for Sage 50

1

Create or connect your account

Log into Sage 50Cloud Accounts and head to Company Preferences in Settings. Select the GoCardless for Sage50 tab and follow the on-screen instructions to create your account. You can import existing GoCardless mandates here.


2

Set up your customers

Select customer records and enter a Direct Debit email, then click Set up Mandate. You can invite in bulk from the main toolbar. Your customer will be emailed a link to a simple, secure page to set up their mandate.

In v24.2 or above you also have the option to copy a generic mandate link onto your engagement letters, website or contracts.


3

Schedule payments

Select customers and choose Request Direct Debit on the main toolbar to select invoices for collection. Choose to collect in full or in instalments and customise due dates.


4

Reconcile automatically

Once you’ve received a payment, select Settlements to refresh your data and the relevant invoice(s) will be marked as paid with the GoCardless fee posted as an expense automatically. Real-time notifications for failed payments and detailed information available in reports.



GoCardless Ltd., Sutton Yard, 65 Goswell Road, London, EC1V 7EN, United Kingdom

GoCardless is regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority in the United Kingdom as an Authorised Payment Institution to collect payments across Europe.