credit note/debit note are NOT GST compatible

credit/debit note in GST needs to be against a particular invoice. There are reasons to be assigned to the credit note.

Bring this basic functionality as currently we can only give amount credit/debit in a note because our clients are suffering for want of this thing. we are using manual credit notes and uploading by hand in monthly returns.

after 2.5 years if quickbooks doesnt still have this feature, that is just unacceptable

I have read the tutorial by qbo but it is not relevant. we cannot do debit/credit note via inventory as that is what almost all use credit and debit notes for and have GST implication.


Hi Ferdous,

Thanks for writing in! We've made a note of your feedback and informed the concerned team. We'll keep you posted about this. Have a great day ahead.

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