Hi there, @salesops.
At this time, QuickBooks Online doesn't have a specific template to have the total amount for GST to be shown in foreign and local currency. The system only uses the standard template.
However, QBO integrates with variety of third-party applications. You may check out for an app that supports this functionality.
I'm also adding here a link that you can check out about customizing invoice templates in QBO for reference: Customize templates.
Let me know if there's anything else you need. I'll make sure you're all set. Have a good one!
I appreciate your prompt response, @salesops.
You may refer to the Home Currency that is set on your account to determine your company that is based in Singapore.
To do that:
To give you more details about navigating QuickBooks Online and its great features, you can always check out this guide: QuickBooks Online (Singapore).
I'll be around to help if you have any other questions. Take care!
I mean you were providing us third party of application for us to customize the sales invoices. There are many companies in the lists. So i need to know which company is Singapore company or which company is following singapore government tax rules?
Thanks for coming back and for clarifying your concern, @salesops. I understand the urgency of being able to integrate a specific foreign and local currency app with QuickBooks.
You can search for one in our Apps Center by simply entering the keyword foreign and local currency. Then, select the one that works best for you and your business as we're unable to provide a specific app for your business.
If there’s anything else I can help you with, please don't hesitate to let me know.