If you sell goods to other EU member states, you will have to consider the relevant legislation. Normally invoices like this do not contain VAT for company customers, since the buyer declares and pays the VAT according to the rates in their home country. At the point of sale, the buying company has to be registered as a VAT inclusive business.
2. On the right side you will find the invoice settings. From thedrop down menu, choose
Choose the of the invoice. The current options are English, Finnish, Swedish, German and French.
4. Choose the C. The sum for the invoice will be shown in the currency you choose here, but the accounting report will be produced in the default domestic currency. If you add products from your product register, you can manually convert the prices on the invoice based on the daily updated conversion rate shown in the editor when you switch currency. And when you mark the invoice as paid later, you will get a chance to update the paid amount according to the day's conversion rate.
5. Complete the invoice as you usually would.