Quiff

Developer: VSC/Macsupport

Current Version: 4.1

Last Updated: 2 years ago

Download Size: 3 MB - Download

Description:

If you use Intuit Quickbooks but your online banking exports to the common Quicken (pre-2004 'QIF') text format, you can use Quiff to convert your transactions for import.

Quiff presents a familiar register-style preview of your data, but does not create or edit financial data; it is not a replacement for financial management programs nor does it convert their ‘native’ data files.

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Release Notes:

Improves performance and stability.

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Most Helpful Reviews

5/5
Version 4.1
Review by Marianco

STRONGLY AND HIGHLY RECOMMENDED! BEST QIF to IIF CONVERTER! - QUIFF is simply the best QIF to IIF file converter in the market. It is well worth the price. I have bought every other option on Mac and Windows and compared the output IIF files using BBEdit. QUIFF gives you the cleanest, clearest, and best conversions. It is simply better than the competition. It is also rock solid and reliable. Doing this conversion is MISSION CRITICAL when doing accounting and taxes for my companies so that I do not have to enter the data by hand. Cost is actually not an issue - particularly when my accountant charges $300+ an hour. QUIFF allows you to reduce the work the accountant has to do - saving a huge amount of money. QUIFF is very inexpensive for what it does. I deal with several banks. Many do not export IIF files useable by Quickbooks Pro. QUIFF easily coverts their QIF files to IIF files. You can use either 2-character or 4-character date QIF files. The only problem I have is with the banks. On rare occasions, some banks will create QIF files with errors. Generally this may occur with large date ranges - e.g. 18 months of data. Every QIF to IIF converter will choke on these files or create IIF files with errors. My solution is to reconfigure the bank's options for the output QIF file (e.g. reducing the date range). Then repeatedly create new output QIF files until you get one that is error free and is easily converted to IIF by QUIFF. BEST FEATURE: The OPTIONS BUTTON allows you to specify to which account in Quickbooks Pro you will import the IIF file. This is an invaluable feature. Simply enter the exact name of the account you want in Quickbooks Pro and it will be registered in the IIF file. This option makes importing IIF files very very easy. All you have to do is double click the converted IIF File and Quickbooks Pro does the rest. Easy. It's ALIVE! I am very happy that Vaughn Cordero, the developer, has actively updated QUIFF in the limited time he has. Thank you!

Found helpful by 2 out of 3 people
1/5
Version 4.0
Review by KHamilton

Buy with Caution - I bought this app today to convert a .QIF file to a .IIF file. Imagine my surprise when it couldn’t do that! $9.99 down the toilet in less that 5 minutes. I don’t know exactly what this app does, but it doesn’t seem to do what the cool graphic above says it will do.

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More Reviews for Current Version

5/5
Version 4.1
Review by Marianco

STRONGLY AND HIGHLY RECOMMENDED! BEST QIF to IIF CONVERTER! - QUIFF is simply the best QIF to IIF file converter in the market. It is well worth the price. I have bought every other option on Mac and Windows and compared the output IIF files using BBEdit. QUIFF gives you the cleanest, clearest, and best conversions. It is simply better than the competition. It is also rock solid and reliable. Doing this conversion is MISSION CRITICAL when doing accounting and taxes for my companies so that I do not have to enter the data by hand. Cost is actually not an issue - particularly when my accountant charges $300+ an hour. QUIFF allows you to reduce the work the accountant has to do - saving a huge amount of money. QUIFF is very inexpensive for what it does. I deal with several banks. Many do not export IIF files useable by Quickbooks Pro. QUIFF easily coverts their QIF files to IIF files. You can use either 2-character or 4-character date QIF files. The only problem I have is with the banks. On rare occasions, some banks will create QIF files with errors. Generally this may occur with large date ranges - e.g. 18 months of data. Every QIF to IIF converter will choke on these files or create IIF files with errors. My solution is to reconfigure the bank's options for the output QIF file (e.g. reducing the date range). Then repeatedly create new output QIF files until you get one that is error free and is easily converted to IIF by QUIFF. BEST FEATURE: The OPTIONS BUTTON allows you to specify to which account in Quickbooks Pro you will import the IIF file. This is an invaluable feature. Simply enter the exact name of the account you want in Quickbooks Pro and it will be registered in the IIF file. This option makes importing IIF files very very easy. All you have to do is double click the converted IIF File and Quickbooks Pro does the rest. Easy. It's ALIVE! I am very happy that Vaughn Cordero, the developer, has actively updated QUIFF in the limited time he has. Thank you!

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