I need to use QB for a NGO in Cambodia in USD, not in KHRO as everything is dealt in USD and we don't have local reporting obligation. The NGO "reports" into France.

We have no obligation to report, keep our books in KHRO and everything is run in USD. I want to use QB in English and USD there. When I pick the international version and Camdodia, I am automatically in KHRO. When I try to take the US version, my French address IP is detected and I am sent back to France (in French and EUR). How can I turn this around?


Hello finance,

I've got good news! You can absolutely pick up Cambodia for your QuickBooks Online International account and still use the USD as your currency.

Here's how we can do that:

  1. In your QuickBooks Online International account, click the Gear icon in the upper right corner.
  2. Choose Account and Settings from the Your Company column.
  3. Select the Advanced tab.
  4. Click the Edit icon (pencil image) in the Currency section and click the drop-down arrow in the Home currency field.
  5. Pick the USD - United States Dollar option.
  6. Click Save and then Done once you're through.

I've included a couple of screenshots for you.

You can always comment in this post if there's anything else that you need with your currency.

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