I invoice some clients in US Dollars but bank account is AU Dollars. How do I accomodate thisin invoicing?

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New Reckon user - trialling Reckon 1. Im only a small user but have international client base in a number of countries who may pay in USD or other currencies.
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Thread from from 2 years ago, I don't believe this has changed. 

https://community.reckon.com/reckon/topics/reckonone-multi-currency

I would either issue the invoice and making it clear it is US Dollars in the notes to the invoice, and then after emailing the invoice, ammend the value to Australian Dollars.  On receipt of payment there will be a small adjustment.  Or use excel or word to create a manual invoice, and then record this invoice in Reckon one at the converted value, but you will still have a slight FX discrepancy on receipt of funds.  

If you are invoicing a lot of these , I would upgrade to a multi-currency option with Reckon Hosted (or the competitors equivalent).
 
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