Unable to add a specific GSTIN number of a client who is government

Unable to add a specific GSTIN number which is a government organization


Hi Anand,

Here's how you can add the GSTIN:

1. From the left navigation bar, select Sales.
2. Click the Customers tab. You may see Clients, Members etc based on the Customer label that you have assigned in Company Settings.
3. If you are creating a new customer, clcik the New customer button.
4. If you are adding the GSTIN for an existing customer, click the customer name in the list and then select the Edit button.
5. For both new and existing customers you would now see a dialog box named Customer information.
6. Select a GST registration type from the dropdown of the same name.
7. QuickBooks accepts GSTINs if the GST registration type is set to GST registered - regular, GST registered - Composition, SEZ or Deemed exports.
8. Enter the GSTIN in the GSTIN field. Do note that QuickBooks does not support UIN at this time.
9. Click Save at the bottom.

Hope this helps!
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