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Eze Wilson
Level 1


I operate in Guyana. I recently purchased Quickbooks Online Plus (US).

I have not turned on the multicurrency feature but a check shows the home currency as US$ although the feature has not been turned on. Further I have created invoices using US dollar amounts.  

I need to have Guyana dollars as the Home Cuirrency. 


What must I do to have my home Currency as G$ and can I now go and change the invoice amounts to Guyana dollars  and how is that done. 



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Good day, Eze.


Welcome to the community and thanks for choosing QuickBooks as your business finance tool. I'd like to share some insights about this currency concern you're asking about.


SInce you purchased the United States version of QuickBooks, the default currency will always be US. In your case, if you'd like Guyana to be the main currency to use, you must enable the Multicurrency feature.


Here's how:


  1. Go to Settings ⚙.
  2. Choose Account and settings.
  3. Select Advanced.
  4. Click Edit ✎ in the Currency section and choose your Home Currency.
  5. Select the Multicurrency checkbox and confirm that you understand that you can't undo this option.
  6. Press Save and close.


See this link to learn more about the Multicurrency feature in QBO: Turn on and use multicurrency.


Please come back here anytime for updates and additional Multicurrency questions. I'll be right here if you need other help.

Fiat Lux - ASIA
Level 15


@Eze Wilson 

Any specific reason why you didn't purchase QBO Global version for Guyana?