Soldo for Small Business

Take control of your business spending with Soldo, the prepaid Mastercard® that does your expenses for you.

Say goodbye to petty cash, dreadful expenses and shared credit cards. There’s a brighter way.

Give cards to employees and teams to buy what they need. Set custom spending limits and rules for hands-on cost control. And snap photos of receipts to make spend management a breeze.

Soldo helps thousands of small businesses to manage company-wide spending from one place. It’s small business spending, as it should be.

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Why is Soldo perfect for your small business?

Spend without the faff

Small businesses have to spend on a lot of things, from online software subscriptions to travel expenses. But using traditional processes only makes it more painful.

Simplify spending with Soldo. Give everyone their own prepaid Soldo card, then manage money in our intuitive web console. Employees save time, and you get real-time visibility and control over the full spectrum of spending.

Manage spending on the go

Every small business could use more time. But reporting admin often gets in the way, leading to productivity bottlenecks at the end of the month.

Manage reporting effortlessly with Soldo. Capture accurate spend data, right at the point of purchase – just pay, photograph the receipt, and add notes in a few clicks. Then make light work of accounting with seamless integrations.

Export to Xero, QuickBooks and other accounting systems

Accounting can be tricky. Manual data entry breeds inaccurate records, compliance issues, and missed VAT claims.

Soldo lightens the load. Our integrations with Xero and QuickBooks automatically flow transactions, receipts, notes, and more into the books. And if you’re using Sage or anything else – we’ve got you covered, too. It only takes you two clicks.

“Soldo’s become an invaluable tool for my business, saving us a significant amount of time.”

Gus Ferguson, Salience

“Soldo works really well for us as we can tie each card to a store rather than a person.”

Natasha Taylor, London Grace