ProperSoft makes conversion software for accountants, bookkeepers, small businesses and everyone else trying to import their file into accounting software.
The ProperConvert app combines all our knowledge and efforts to make your transaction files importable into your accounting software. When you have a file downloaded from your online banking or exported from production system, the app will help you make it importable into your accounting software.
Convert from CSV, Excel, TXT, PDF (text and scan), OFX, QFX, QBO, QIF/QMTF, MT940/STA:
Import into Intuit QuickBooks 2020-2023 and Quickbooks Online through the QBO format or all QuickBooks Desktop versions through the IIF format. For general journal entries, convert to QBJ or IIF format (General Journal Entries mode).
Import into Quicken for Windows as QIF format and Quicken for Windows and macOS as QFX (Web Connect). Keep using your Quicken version by converting to QIF format.
Many cloud apps import directly from bank accounts, but not every bank. Use the converter and make your file importable. Most of accounting and personal finance cloud apps import OFX. Some imports CSV as well. See below or check the cloud app you use which format they prefer to import. Search your accounting software documentation for things like "how to import a bank statement in [Xero, FreeAgent, etc]" to confirm which file format these services import.
Your accounting or personal finance software (like Banktivity, MYOB, Sage 50, Sage 300, NetSuite) should import transactions using one of the following files formats: CSV, OFX, QFX, QBO, QIF, IIF, MT940. The ProperConvert app converts to all these listed formats.
The ProperConvert app creates files with transactions in CSV, QIF, QFX, OFX, QBO, IIF, QBJ, MT940 format. It works with bank statement files or bank files (CSV, PDF), online bank or financial institutions accounting downloads (CSV, QFX, OFX, QBO, QIF, IIF, QBJ, MT940). Both bank account transactions and credit card transactions are supported. Check which file types your accounting software imports and convert to a file with expected file extension.
The Transactions app converts bank and credit card transactions. Depending on your accounting software, each type of transaction could have slightly different definition (for example, when compering QuickBooks and Quicken), but overall supported transaction types are deposit, check, payment, credit card charge, credit card payment, credit card refund.
Credit card and bank statements are supported. Scanned, image based, excypted and llocked PDFs are supported (password is required for statements locked for viewing).
When downloaded from online banking, exported from a production system, PayPal, Stripe, Square and other, the converter allows to map the columns in the CSV file. Splits are supported for QIF and IIF files. CSV files with splits can be converted to formats not supporting splits by separating splits into standalone transactions.