Multi currency invoicing in 82 different currencies

Invoiceplace now makes multi currency online invoicing even easier with an update to the currencies available. You can now manage invoices, quotes and track payments received in 82 different currencies, and you can invoice the same customer in more than one currency.

Supported currencies (with three letter currency code) are as follows:

  • USD – Dollars (United States)
  • AUD – Dollars (Australia)
  • NZD – Dollars (New Zealand)
  • GBP – Pounds (United Kingdom)
  • EUR – Euro
  • CAD – Dollars (Canada)
  • SGD – Dollars (Singapore)
  • INR – Rupees (India)
  • AED – Dirhams (United Arab Emirates)
  • ALL – Leke (Albania)
  • ANG – Guilders (Netherlands Antilles)
  • ARS – Pesos (Argentina)
  • BGN – Leva (Bulgaria)
  • BHD – Dinars (Bahrain)
  • BOB – Bolivianos (Bolivia)
  • BRL – Real (Brazil)
  • BYR – Rubles (Belarus)
  • CLP – Pesos (Chile)
  • CNY – Yuan Renminbi (China)
  • COP – Pesos (Colombia)
  • CRC – Colones (Costa Rica)
  • CZK – Koruny (Czech Republic)
  • DKK – Kroner (Denmark)
  • DOP – Pesos (Dominican Republic)
  • DZD – Dinars (Algeria)
  • EEK – Krooni (Estonia)
  • EGP – Pounds (Egypt)
  • GTQ – Quetzales (Guatemala)
  • HKD – Hong Kong Dollars
  • HNL – Lempiras (Honduras)
  • HRK – Kuna (Croatia)
  • HUF – Forint (Hungary)
  • ILS – New Shekels (Israel)
  • IDR – Rupiahs (Indonesia)
  • IQD – Dinars (Iraq)
  • ISK – Kronur (Iceland)
  • HTG – Gourdes (Haiti)
  • JOD – Dinars (Jordan)
  • JPY – Yen (Japan)
  • KRW – Won Korea (South)
  • PKR – Rupees (Pakistan)
  • KWD – Dinars (Kuwait)
  • LBP – Pounds (Lebanon)
  • RON – New Lei (Romania)
  • LTL – Litai (Lithuania)
  • LVL – Lati (Latvia)
  • LYD – Dinars (Libya)
  • MAD – Dirhams (Morocco)
  • MKD – Denars (Macedonia)
  • MXN – Pesos (Mexico)
  • MYR – Ringgits (Malaysia)
  • NGN – Nairas (Nigeria)
  • NIO – Cordobas (Nicaragua)
  • NOK – Krone (Norway)
  • OMR – Rials (Oman)
  • PAB – Balboa (Panama)
  • DOP – Pesos (Dominican Republic)
  • PEN – Nuevos Soles (Peru)
  • PGK – Kina (Papua New Guinea)
  • PHP – Pesos (Philippines)
  • PLN – Zlotych (Poland)
  • PYG – Guarani (Paraguay)
  • QAR – Rials (Qatar)
  • RUB – Rubles (Russia)
  • SAR – Riyals (Saudi Arabia)
  • SDD – Pounds (Sudan)
  • SEK – Kronor (Sweden)
  • CHF – Francs (Switzerland)
  • SKK – Koruny (Slovakia)
  • SVC – Colones (El Salvador)
  • SYP – Pounds (Syria)
  • THB – Baht (Thailand)
  • TND – Dinars (Tunisia)
  • TRY – New Lira (Turkey)
  • TWD – New Dollars (Taiwan)
  • UAH – Hryvnia (Ukraine)
  • UYU – Pesos (Uruguay)
  • VEB – Bolivares (Venezuela)
  • VND – Dong (Viet Nam)
  • YER – Rials (Yemen)
  • XCD – East Caribbean Dollars
  • ZAR – Rand (South Africa)

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Electronic invoicing with multi currency templates

If you want to manage invoices in multiple currencies without ending up in a screaming frustrated heap you need to be prepared. Use Invoiceplace electronic multi-currency invoicing and create separate invoice templates for each of the different currencies you do business in.

If a template is created in a different currency to what you normally use the currency will now display in the drop down list.

When you need to create an invoice for a certain currency simply choose the template and the currency and other details are already filled out to save you time.

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Multi currency invoicing improvements for products

Take advantage of improved multi currency invoicing using Invoiceplace and create products for the goods and services you provide for sales to anywhere in the world.

You can now create products with a price and currency specific for each country you do business in, which enables you to set standard prices that take into account the going rates and inflation in local markets. You can also adjust the tax rate if overseas sales are tax free.

Create a product in a different currency

A currency field is now displayed for a product, which automatically defaults to the currency of your account. Existing products will use your account’s currency.

One currency for products sold on invoices

You can only create a tax invoice in a single currency, and cannot use products in a different currency on the same invoice. This will make sure you don’t accidentally create an invoice using your overseas rate for a local sale, for example.

Copy a product

To make it easier to create products for different currencies there is now a copy option. You can use the same product code for different currencies, and vary the price and rate of tax as required.

Now with multi currency products you can use Invoiceplace for easy invoicing and quotes from anywhere, and do business with anyone in the world!

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Manage multi currency online invoicing for multiple businesses

You can now use Invoiceplace to take control of your invoicing and quotes if you have run more than one business.

With a Premium subscription manage up to three businesses under the one account. Keep track of all of your overdue, due and paid invoices and quotes for all of your customers in one central location.

If you require more than one business for billing in different countries you can use Invoiceplace to create an invoice in different currencies for your customers, and keep track of total amounts. You can invoice the same customer in different currencies.

How to invoice with different suppliers

Create a new invoice (either a blank invoice or from a template). When you create an invoice you will be able to choose the supplier.

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How to calculate customer balance with multiple currencies

Invoiceplace now provides an easy way to keep track of your customer’s account balance. See at a glance the total invoices paid, due, overdue and the total balance.

This provides an instant snapshot of your customer’s account. There is no need to manually add up receipts or invoices. Multi-currency billing software support is also provided and a total for each currency your customer has been invoiced will be displayed.

Calculate customer invoice balance with multiple currencies

How is the customer balance calculated?

  • Paid: Total receipts (payments received).
  • Due: Total amount of unpaid invoices not past their due date.
  • Overdue: Total amount for unpaid invoices that have past their due date.
  • Balance: The total amount your customer owes (includes due and overdue invoices, and less payments received). If your customer is in credit a negative amount is displayed.

What does it mean if a customer is in credit?

A customer has a credit if they overpay an invoice. A negative balance is displayed in this case. For example if you create an invoice for $100 and your customer pays $110, the balance will be a credit of -$10.

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What is accounts aging?

Want to know when your invoices are going to be paid? Looking for a way to predict your future income? Your wait is over! Accounts aging is the report you need today, to tell you what you are going to get paid tomorrow (well, not quite – but it does help!).

The accounts aging report is now displayed in the home tab of your Invoiceplace account, and is a useful and easy way for you to see total invoice payments due in the future.

What is accounts aging?

The report uses the invoice due date, and calculates the total amount due by month. For example if you create an invoice in August for $100 that is due to be paid in September, the accounts aging report will show $100 due to be paid in September.

If your customer makes an early payment of $50 for this invoice, $50 will then be displayed for September. This means the accounts aging report does not show any payments you have received but will adjust accordingly to reflect the amount due.

The accounts aging includes multi-currency billing support, so if you have invoices for $50 in US Dollars and $100 in Canadian dollars both due in September these total amounts will be listed separately.

If you delete or change an invoice total, due date or the receipt amount or payment date the accounts aging will be automatically adjusted as required.

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Improvements to multi currency invoicing – currency code now displayed

Invoiceplace now has further improvements to handle multi-currency invoicing. The listings of your quotes, invoices and receipts/payments now display a currency code column.

Including a currency code is important when you have invoices in currencies that use the same currency symbol, such as the dollar sign. For example $100.00 may indicate an amount in US (USD) or Australian (AUD) dollars.

Also the total amounts by currency is also included.

Improvements to multi-currency invoicing - currency code now displayed

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