Invoice format for Foreign Currency Invoicing with VAT
Idea suggested by Andy Miller 6 years ago
If you are invoicing in a foreign currency, such as the Euro, your customer is in Europe and not registered for VAT then the current ClearBooks format is incredibly confusing.
The customer does not want to see two sets of currencies. A customer will get confused which currency he is to pay in.
In an earlier thread with Kevin https://secure.clearbooks.co.uk/community/questions/12404/created we established that in such a case the VAT is required to be shown in Sterling but there is no need to add to the confusion by putting the net & gross also in sterling. WHY is it the Euros in brackets and not sterling when you have opted to bill in Euros??
Lets save customer confusion, getting payments in the wrong currency, and have a format that does not look so amateurish please.