I have USD and EUR currency accounts and want to do a home curr. adjustment to adjust the usd and keep the Eur stable. how can I do that ?

I have 3 eur accounts and I try to do home currency adj (usd) to fix the usd and not change the eur but it affects both currencies. 


Good day, valia.

I’m here to help you adjust your home currency.

Adjusting your home currency affects your balance sheet accounts. The reports will show the currency value based on the exchange rates you used at the time of each transaction.

Here’s how to create a home currency adjustment:

  1. Go to the Gear icon at the top.
  2. Select Currencies.
  3. Select the currency you wish to make an adjustment, then go to Action column and click the downward-pointing arrow.
  4. Click on the Revalue currency button.
  5. Choose a date to run a currency revaluation.
  6. You can choose to base it on the market exchange rate or a rate you specify.
  7. Select the accounts you want to apply the revaluation to.
  8. Click Revalue.

You can check this link for more information about multicurrency: https://community.intuit.com/articles/1207859.

However, if it still affects both currencies, I'd suggest contacting our Product Support Team. They have the tools that can get into your account in a secure environment and verify why it happens. Here's how to contact support (US only)

Let me know how it goes. I'm always here if you need help. Have a great day ahead.  

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