Xero.com imports OFX, QFX, QBO, QIF, CSV files.
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/TXT files to the OFX format: CSV2OFX
Convert PDF files (text based) to the OFX format: PDF2OFX
Convert PDF files (text based) to CSV/Excel: PDF2CSV (Use CSV layout Xero or QB Online)
Convert QIF files to the OFX format: QIF2OFX (this is great option to avoid the date format confusion as QIF file may have dates as DD/MM/YYYY and MM/DD/YYYY)
Convert QIF/QBO/QFX files to the OFX format or fix a non-importable OFX file: Bank2OFX
QIF format ші supported by Xero. Make sure to use expected date format (based on your country settings). When you use one of *2QIF converters listed below, select the QIF target as "MS Money or other" and set expected output date format
Convert CSV/Excel/TXT files to the QIF format: CSV2QIF
Convert PDF files (text based) to QIF: PDF2QIF
Convert QFX files to the QIF format: QFX2QIF
Convert QBO files to the QIF format: QBO2QIF
Convert QIF files to the importable QIF variant: FixMyQIF
Convert QFX/QBO/OFX files to the QIF format or make your QIF file importable: Bank2QIF
Xero provides the CSV import option, but make sure to set the output date format to match your country settings in Xero.
Convert CSV/Excel files to a compatible with Xero CSV layout: CSV2CSV (Use QBO Online or Xero layout)
This video shows how to convert a PDF file downloaded from your bank or created card account, saved as a CSV file with layout compatible with Xero accounting system using PDF2CSV Converter.