- Multi-Currency needs to be enabled in the accounting software in order to use Multi-Currency in Bill.com. If Multi-Currency is not enabled in the accounting software but enabled in Bill.com, the sync stops working.
- Once Multi-Currency is turned on it cannot be turned off.
- Foreign currency bills will sync, to or from the accounting software, with the indicative exchange rate on the bill, which is just a guideline and may not be the actual exchange at the time of payment
- The payment will sync with the actual exchange rate
- A separate AP ledger will be needed for each type of currency used
- If the Multi-Currency feature within the accounting software has been set up properly, the difference between the bill's indicative exchange rate and the payments actual exchange rate will show in the unrealized Gains and Losses report.
- To ensure Multi-Currency is set up properly in the accounting software, reach out to the Accounting software support team
QuickBooks for Windows
To use our Multi-Currency feature, upgrade the sync dashboard to the latest version. If the sync dashboard is not upgraded, foreign currency vendors & bills will sync to QuickBooks for Windows as USD.
Note: The sync dashboard requires Microsoft .NET framework 4.6 to run properly. If on .NET framework 4.7 or later, 4.6 may still need to be manually enabled.
Click here to Download the new Bill.com Sync Dashboard (~947 KB)
- Payment for a foreign currency bill will cause a sync error because Intacct does not accept future process dates for payments to non-usd bills
- The payment will sync to Intacct and the sync error will clear itself upon the first sync on or after the payment process date