Convert .QXF files from Quicken or Quicken Essentials for Mac to .QIF files.
NOTE: .QXF files are not the same as Quicken Financial Exchange files (.QFX) downloaded from your bank, credit card, or brokerage firm.
- Instant, One-Step Conversions: Runs conversions with the single click of a button.
- Straightforward Interface: Employs a user-friendly platform that is simple to use, even for people with no experience in computer software.
- Worldwide Functionality: Delivers both U.S. and European date formats.
- Advanced Security: Runs on your desktop without requiring uploading, downloading, login information, or direct access to your accounts.
- Comprehensive: Convert account lists, bank account transactions, credit card transactions, categories, transfers, tags, splits, and memorized transactions.
What else can I do with QXF2QIF?
- Convert Quicken data into .QIF format and import your data into many finance and accounting applications.
- Run automatic conversions as part of a script.
Can I try it first?
- Yes. QXF2QIF is free to download and try. The trial version will write up to 10 transactions to the .QIF file.
- QXF2QIF.EXE – Full install for Microsoft Windows® platforms.
- QXF2QIF.EXE – Full install for Mac OS X®.
- QXF2QIF ZIP – Portable .ZIP file to be extracted, suitable for any platform with Java (e.g., Microsoft Windows®, Mac OS X®, Linux®, Unix®, and others).
- Java must be installed on your computer – download for free at Java.com.
- Keep in mind, Quicken Essentials for Mac and Quicken have built-in .QXF export functionality.
- Depending on your usage, it might be useful to have a spreadsheet program such as Microsoft Excel, or web-based software such as Google Docs.
- And your financial application must be able to import .QIF files. Applications that import .QIF files include: GnuCash, Moneydance, iBank, and AceMoney.