How to Change the Invoice Type?

The Challan Pro plugin provides flexibility in managing invoice types to cater to different regional compliance requirements. This feature is accessible exclusively within the Premium version of the Challan plugin, allowing users to customize their invoicing process according to their business needs or regional tax regulations.

Accessing Invoice Type Settings

To change the invoice type in Challan, follow these steps:

  1. Navigate to **Challan Settings**.
  2. Select the **Settings Tab**.
  3. Scroll down to the **Invoice Settings** section.
  4. Locate **Invoice Type**. Here, you will find a list of available invoice types tailored to different requirements. 
  5. After selecting the invoice type, click on the “Save Changes” button to save the changes made.

Available Invoice Types

As of now, Challan supports three distinct invoice type options:

  • Default: This is the standard option suitable for general invoicing needs without specific regional compliance requirements.
  • Enable For Saudi Arabia (ZATCA): This option is designed to comply with the Zakat, Tax and Customs Authority (ZATCA) regulations in Saudi Arabia, making it suitable for businesses operating within this jurisdiction.
  • Enable For India (GST Invoice): Tailored for businesses operating in India, this option ensures that invoices comply with the Goods and Services Tax (GST) regulations.

Change Invoice Type Visual Guide

For a more detailed understanding of where each of these settings is located within the Challan plugin, a screenshot is provided for your convenience. 

You can view the screenshot here:

How to change the Invoice Type

This visual guide is aimed to help you navigate through the settings menu seamlessly and make the necessary adjustments to your invoice type as per your business requirements.

NB: This feature is available in the Challan Premium version.

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