A friend who said he's waiting for a US version of this software sent the following comments when I asked if it was just the currency conversions that would be a problem? Guess we still don't have a good answer for the US. Reg No, it's more the terminology and applications of accounting. I know the terminology and the way items are processed are different in other countries. True accounting software will do more than balance your check book. It has to apply rules of accounting, which vary from country to country. For example, the application, terminology and methods of depreciation are different in the UK than they are here in the US. I noticed that three countries were listed as having support. The three are very similar in many ways, so the accounting practices are most likely the same. However, the US is quite different in its accounting practices. Robert Lee Beach Assistive Technology Specialist Kansas City Kansas Community College 7250 State Avenue Kansas City, KS 66112 Phone: (913) 288-7671 Fax: (913) 288-7678 E-mail: rbeach@xxxxxxxxx >>> "Reginald George" <sgeorge@xxxxxxxxx> 2/23/2009 12:32 PM >>> So is your concern that it won't support US currency in the current version? Not sure how to verify that one way or the other.