Exporting Quickbooks Online Payroll paycheck into Quicken's register
edited April 2022 in New to Quicken/Getting Started (Windows)
I was forced to transition from Intuit Online Payroll (IOP) to Quickbooks Online Payroll. On first use I discovered I can't export my employee's paychecks from Quickbooks Online Payroll into Quicken. Usually, IOP was able to export this file as a .QIF file and I could import it into Quicken. AFAIK, now I can't! Can someone help or am I screwed?!
Where is the problem, is IOP no longer exporting a QIF or are you having problems importing it?0
IOP is no longer operating. It was retired by Intuit and now we HAVE to use Quickbooks Online Payroll (QOP).0
Well, I'm not sure what you expect from Quicken if you can't export the data from Quickbooks Online Payroll.0
NotACPA SuperUser ✭✭✭✭✭Extending @Chris_QPW's reply ... Intuit still owns Quickbooks, but no longer for several years, owns Quicken. And it's never been possible to convert from QB to Q.So, sorry, but yeah you're screwed unless you explain why you're trying to do this ... and maybe we can come up with an alternative.Q user since DOS version 5
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> @Chris_QPW said:
> Well, I'm not sure what you expect from Quicken if you can't export the data from Quickbooks Online Payroll.
The first thing I learned from this discussion is that Intuit does not own Quicken any longer.
Another thing I did not understand was that Intuit Online Payroll stated that I had to switch to QuickBooks online payroll and that I would lose no functionality. It was also implied that I would gain even have more functionality. Clearly, that was not true.
I was pretty sure that people using Quicken, like myself, may also be experiencing the same issue I am having and had some type of work around or solution to get their payroll information out of QuickBooks online payroll and into Quicken. I guess that is not possible and I am out of luck.
Thanks for the help and info that was provided.
Well, I just did a search and did find this thread.
It seems there might be a workaround with a IIF to QIF converter, but the moderators removed URL the user suggested.
I did search for a IIF to QIF converter with Google, but all I see is QIF to IIF not the other way around.1
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