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Change the number of decimal places used on a sales transaction

An item's sales price that shows in the item list is the default price that is automatically brought into an invoice, sales order or credit memo and is used for the Sales/Accounts Receivable calculations.

If the sales price has more than two decimal places, but if you do not want QuickBooks to use more than the two decimal places in the sales calculations, then you can:

  • Change the sales price in the item list to show only two decimal places so that only two decimal places are brought into your invoice.
  • Manually change the Rate (Price) on the sales transaction to only show two decimal places.


Note: You cannot change the number of decimal places used in the Inventory/COGS calculation.

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