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With the Gusto and Sage integration, you can simplify your bookkeeping by sending journal entries for employee payrolls and contractor payments from Gusto to Sage.
Accountants: this integration is also compatible with Sage Accounting: Accountant Edition. Follow the same steps below to set up the integration and enter your Sage accountant login credentials when prompted.
Your accounts are now connected. Stay signed in to Gusto and head to the Mapping tab to map your payroll items to their corresponding accounts.
To enable payroll journal syncing, next you’ll map your Gusto payroll items to their corresponding Sage ledger accounts.
Once you select an account for each expense, you’re done setting up the integration. The next time you run payroll or a contractor payment, the data will automatically be sent to Sage Accounting. You can find synced entries in Sage by going to your Adjustments tab and choosing Journals. Each line item is tagged with the account that you mapped it to in Gusto.
You have two data syncing options: by default, Gusto auto syncs data to Sage Accounting after each payroll. You also have the option to disable auto syncing and then manually send data to Sage for each payroll. Check out the steps below if you want to disable auto syncing.
If you want Gusto to automatically export your transactions whenever you run payroll or pay your contractors, follow these steps to set up auto syncing.
The next time you run a payroll or contractor payment, the transaction will automatically sync to Sage Accounting.
If you do not want Gusto to automatically export your transactions whenever you run payroll or pay your contractors, follow these steps to disable auto syncing.
Beginning on the next payroll or contractor payment you run, no data will be sent to Sage Accounting. If you want to send data to Sage for a payroll you've already run, follow the steps below in "Manually export payroll data to Sage."
If auto syncing is disabled, follow the steps below for each payroll or payment that you want to send to Sage. Make sure you've already mapped your chart of accounts as described in step 2 of this article.
Once the sync is complete, you can find the entry in Sage by going to your Adjustments tab and choosing Journals. Each line item is tagged with the account that you mapped it to in Gusto.
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