IN: Expenses incurred in INR but billable to USA based clients

I incur expenses in Indian Rupees (such as travel or similar) on behalf of clients who are based in the USA. I used to be able to just mark these as "billable" and enter the name of the client and these used to make their way to the client invoices. 


Recently I have started seeing an error that says "All A/R and A/P accounts must be in the same currency." This seems like a backward step and reduces the usability of QuickBooks tremendously. When will you fix this so that I can just mark the expenses billable?

Answer

Hi anand.shah,

This is a known issue and this has been escalated to our back end team. We will resolve this issue as early as we can and update you at the earliest.

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