We really appreciate you sharing your suggestions, @Q-B Online User 1.
The foreign exchange rates used in QuickBooks Online is based on a locked-in daily rate from the Markit (acquired the Wall Street On Demand foreign-exchange rates).
Currently, the ability to lock-in the Foreign exchange rates on a monthly basis is not available. When you save a transaction, the Currency & Exchange Rates list is updated to display the new rates automatically.
Once you post a USD entry for a specific transaction, it will be recorded at a rate of 1:1 or the last entered rate. When an adjustment is made to the currency, the system recalculates them based on a new rate. Here's a great article I've attached for your reference: What are Home Currency Adjustments?
Let me know if there's anything else I can help you with using the Multicurrency feature in QuickBooks. I'm always hre to help.
Thanks for dropping by here in the Community @Matar,
I know how important it is to have the ability to lock-in the Foreign exchange rates. As of this time, this is not available in QuickBooks Online. What you can do is to keep a copy of the current rate that you are using. Then, enter it in the exchange rate field every time you make a transaction.
Also, I’ve attached an article about frequently asked questions for Home Currency Adjustments.
Always feel free to post here in the Community if you have any concerns.
Thanks for getting back to us, Matar.
Let me add up some clarifications about fixing the exchange rate in QuickBooks Online (QBO).
QBO uses the most recent exchange rates from Markit. You should not change exchange rates from the Currency Center unless the rate is to be used for an entire day. Therefore, locking-in for a month isn't an option.
There are two ways of entering an exchange rate:
a. From the Currency Center
b. When entering a transaction
You can refer to the About Multicurrency page for other related topics about exchange rates in QuickBooks.
Let me know if you have follow--up questions, and I'm always around to help you out.