Fix your QIF file and import into Quicken, NetSuite, MYOB and others
FixMyQIF converter from ProperSoft converts bank, credit card files in QIF format to "correct" or importable QIF file for your accounting software.
QIF format has many modifications and often two QIF files with the same set of transactions are quite different inside depending for which accounting software QIF file is created.
Accounting and personal finance software like Quicken, MYOB, NetSuite, Microsoft Money and others have different requirements for QIF files:
QIF format is older than other format and was not restricted to additional modifications introduced by various popular accounting software.
You may be able to download your transactions from an online bank site in the QIF format, but your accounting or personal finance software may not accept the QIF file provided by your bank. It is because there many different QIF variants or requirements set by importing accounting packages, often refusing any other variants.
There are also other extreme cases, when your bank is not following QIF format at all. For example, QIF files from Chase are often refused by almost all software packages because the QIF files are missing transaction end lines, so regular QIF parses are not able to process it (FixMyQIF parses Chase QIF files fine).
FixMyQIF separates the issue with QIF files compatibility into two stages:
ProperSoft provides free trial (10 transactions limit on the output file) and free support before purchase for all converters, you can verify ALL transactions inside the converter before converting and create a sample file to import into your accounting software to verify before purchase the converter is working. On top of that, we offer 14 days money back guarantee should you experience any issues after purchase and we cannot resolve them for you.
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Hi, I’m Sergiy Tytarenko.
I write converters for transactional formats since 2008 and know about all issues and problems QuickBooks, Quicken, Xero and other accounting software have when it comes to importing your transactions.
I live in Whitby, Ontario, Canada since 2003 and originally from Ukraine.