Save time: This is the easiest and the fastest way to get your bank, credit card, investment transactions in CSV, Excel (XLS, XLSX, XLSM), TXT format converted into QIF format
Do it now:CSV2QIF is so easy to use, and, to convert bank, credit card, investment transactions to QIF, you don't have learn anything (it will ask to point to the original file, show it for review, and you just press the Save button to save a QIF file)
Keep it simple: Download in seconds, install in seconds, no current software altering, no plugins to plug - just run the program, convert your file from CSV, Excel (XLS, XLSX, XLSM), TXT to QIF and close it until the next time you need it
Do not repeat yourself: You can load your bank, credit card, investment transactions at once into CSV2QIF to combine and create one QIF file and load it once
What can I do with CSV2QIF?
Convert bank, credit card, investment transactions (CSV, Excel (XLS, XLSX, XLSM), TXT) to QIF format reviewing all transactions before converting
Use it to view your original transaction files (this is free option, no purchase required)
Combine multiple CSV, Excel (XLS, XLSX, XLSM), TXT files into single QIF file and load it once
Automate conversion using commandline mode (csv2qif.exe input.file output.QIF)
Why should I trust CSV2QIF?
CSV2QIF runs on your desktop - there is no uploading, downloading, website logins. Only you, your computer, your file and CSV2QIF.
If I need any help with conversion, can you help me?
We will help you (30 days of premium email support is included with your order, and more support is available)
Your file will be fully parsed in the trial mode, so you can verify that CSV2QIF understands your transactions file correctly.
You can create fully functional and loadable QIF file before purchasing (with limitation to 10 transactions - this limitation is removed after you register).
Can I see screenshots?
Where is the manual how to use CSV2QIF?
Start CSV2QIF, it will show the file dialog to locate a one or more of CSV, Excel (XLS, XLSX, XLSM), TXT files. Click on the file (or hold CTRL and click on more than one file to select multiple files) and click Open on the file dialog.
Review the Transactions tab. If you notice that certain columns should reassigned, click the Review Mapping button and assign columns from your original file to the columns on the sidebar (for the Mac version, simply assign columns on the sidebar).
Return to the Transactions tab.
Click the Save button to save loaded transactions to QIF file.