Getting data from my bank account into Quickbooks?
January 27, 2005 4:50 PM   Subscribe

OwnershipSocietyFilter: Is this $50 trinket really the only way to get data from my bank account (Quicken Interchange Format) into Quickbooks? Intuit would like me to make a not-free call to ask the same question...
posted by subpixel to Computers & Internet (5 answers total)
One of two that I could find via a decent Google. It does appear, however, that the gnuCash project is close to having one, and it'll be a freebie.
posted by five fresh fish at 5:28 PM on January 27, 2005

File-->Import-->QIF file on Quicken Home & Business 2002.
posted by ednopantz at 5:32 AM on January 28, 2005

Response by poster: thanks ednooantz - but we're talking quickBOOKS
posted by subpixel at 5:49 AM on January 28, 2005

Here's a couple of possible solutions...con: they're not free; pro: they're not $50 ($22 and $24.95, respectively).
posted by bachelor#3 at 10:25 AM on January 28, 2005

Doh! There should be some kind of lockout on the keyboard until after the coffee is done brewing.

I can't belive that QB can't do something so basic and useful. OTOH, the guys at Big Red are decent folk who deserve our $$. I complained about a piddly thing with their xls-->QIF tool a while back and got a developer responding in under an hour...and I wasn't even a registered user.
posted by ednopantz at 1:26 PM on January 28, 2005

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