can you skip the province in setup? I am trying to set the billing address to a USA state, but only allows provice

billing address to USA


Hi there m_schroeder2,

If this is for your Vendors/Customer’s billing address you can just skip the province or state when setting up the information.

You can refer to this article for more information: Enter the Shipping Address on all Invoices.

For your Supplier/Vendor here's how:

  1. Click Expense tab.
  2. Choose your Supplier
  3. Click Customer Details.
  4. Click Edit and fill out the billing information. 
  5. Click Save.

If you’re trying to set up for your Employee or Company address, QuickBooks Online only allows us to choose the province within the country where your QuickBooks Online is set up and for your tax purposes. 

You're always welcome here in the community  m_schroeder2. Feel free to leave your comment below if you have any other concerns. I' be happy to help you. 

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