Importing payroll data from QuickBooks Online Payroll Core into Quicken

We have for many years used Intuit Online Payroll (IOP) and exported payroll data into Quicken.

IOP is being replaced with QuickBooks Online Payroll Core.  I have not yet made the conversion, but we are attempting to prepare.

Has anyone exported payroll data from QuickBooks Online Payroll Core into Quicken?

There is a reference on the Quickbooks site to IIF files.  Can Quicken accept those?

Thanks,

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  • Chris_QPW
    Chris_QPW Member ✭✭✭✭
    The only format of files Quicken will accept for importing transactions are QXF and QIF.
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  • solostorm
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    Thank you Chris-

    Have you any knowledge of the exporting of payroll data from QuickBooks Online Payroll Core into Quicken?
  • Chris_QPW
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    edited June 16
    EDIT reference to "old importing".
    No I don't know about that.  From the posts I have seen the export/import was in QIF format (the old posts would be talking about whatever payroll system people were using).
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  • Ps56k2
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    edited June 17
    Intuit Interchange Format (.IIF) files are ASCII text, TSV (Tab-Separated Value) files that QuickBooks Desktop uses to import or export lists or transactions. These files make it easier to transfer data to and from different platforms to better manage company records in QuickBooks.



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  • solostorm
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    Chris_QPW  The payroll product is an Intuit product not a Quicken product.  Intuit supports IIF - Intuit Interchange Format.
  • Chris_QPW
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    Yes I know it's an Intuit product.

    There been a few posts on this forum that said that people have somehow got a qif file and imported it that's about all I know about it other than to say they Quicken has never imported and iif file.
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  • Ps56k2
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    edited June 17
    solostorm said: Intuit supports IIF - Intuit Interchange Format.
    Since the IIF file is text - I wonder if it can be manipulated into a QIF file for Importing ?

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