How to add for Mexico SAT regulated CFDI 3.3 "Catálogo de Unidades de Medida"?

Mexico new invoice CFDI 3.3 Requires the use of codes of products and services, units of mesure and method and form of payments: "Catálogo de Unidades de Medida", "Catálogo de Productos y Servicios"

How can I use it in QB on line?

This is a MUST HAVE, requirement in Mexico


Hi ricardo, thanks for sharing your queries with us here.

The codes for the products/ service along with the unit of measure can be included as part of the item's name that you are selling. That way, selecting them would also make the other information appear.
Please go to the gear icon at the top right, select Products & Service and then click on New or Edit to make these entries

As for the method of payment, this is an available field while recording payment for the invoice which appears on the left. Should you need to add other forms of payment, this can be done under the gear icon at the top right -> All Lists -> Payment Method

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