Microsoft Money Sunset Edition imports OFX, QIF files. It also imports QBO and QFX files. There are some differences between QIF and OFX import (see below), but overall either QIF or OFX are fine to use for import.
Use the Transactions app to convert your transaction files to required by your accounting software file format.
OFX files are Open Financial Exchange files. This is a preferred format for Xero as transactions are presented only in one way.
Convert CSV, Excel (XLS, XLSX), TXT, PDF, QBO, QFX, OFX, QIF, MT940 files to the OFX format: Bank2OFX
Convert CSV, Excel (XLS, XLSX), TXT, files to the OFX format: CSV2OFX
Convert PDF files to the OFX format: PDF2OFX
OFX format has the transaction ID (reference ID) when QIF does not. Reference ID (when supplied by your bank) allows you to skip already imported transactions.
ProperSoft converters support reference ID and if not supplied, generate it to be unique to guarantee the import for all transactions.
OFX files should be created differently for different software (Microsoft Money for Us, non-US, old Microsoft Money 99, 2000, and also other software like Sage).
QIF format supported by Xero. Make sure to use the expected date format (based on your country settings). When you use 2QIF converter, select QIF target as "MS Money or other" and set the expected output date format:
Convert CSV/Excel/TXT, PDF, OFX, QIF, QFX, QBO, MT940 files to the QIF format: Bank2QIF
Convert CSV/Excel/TXT files to the QIF format: CSV2QIF
Convert PDF files to the QIF format: PDF2QIF
QIF import somewhat better when using “Recover accounts” instead of “Downloaded statements”.
QBO and QFX files are extended OFX files. As MS Money follows the OFX specification, it should import QBO and QFX files as OFX files. To import a QFX or QBO file, try the following in MS Money:
start MS Money and select File-Import-Downloaded Statement
select All files on the file dialog
select a QBO or QFX file