CSV2CSV: Convert CSV/XLS/XLSX to Mint/QB Online/Xero and import into Excel, Quicken for Mac, Quickbooks Online

Convert CSV/XLS/XLSX to Mint/QB Online/Xero and import into Excel, Quicken for Mac, Quickbooks Online with CSV2CSV

Make your files compatible with Excel, Quicken for Mac, Quickbooks Online

Need to import bank or credit card transactions in a CSV/XLS/XLSX file into Excel, Quicken for Mac, Quickbooks Online, but cannot seem to make it work? The problem is that your bank only provides transactions in a format that Excel, Quicken for Mac, Quickbooks Online cannot read.

The Solution: try CSV2CSV app. It can convert your transactions into a format that Excel, Quicken for Mac, Quickbooks Online can import.



Convert transaction files to the Mint/QB Online/Xero format

  • CSV2CSV extracts transactions from CSV/XLS/XLSX files. It creates Mint/QB Online/Xero files ready to import into Excel, Quicken for Mac, Quickbooks Online.
  • No data entry: convert data you already have in bank, credit card or investment transactions file format to the Mint/QB Online/Xero format
  • Smart: CSV2CSV understands many layouts. It finds columns like date, amount, description, etc. of your transactions.
  • Easy to use: Converting your banking transactions into Mint/QB Online/Xero files could not be any easier. In a few clicks, you will have all your transactions converted to importable by Excel, Quicken for Mac, Quickbooks Online format in no time at all.
  • Free trial and support: try it for Free before you buy and receive full support before and after you order.
  • Safe to use: CSV2CSV converts all your banking transactions on your computer.

Please notice that this product is discontinued. You can download it if you already have a license or purchase the subscription or AccessAll license and still use it. However, it is no longer updated.

Another product, Bank2CSV, is available and maintained with the latest updates.



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How can I use CSV2CSV to convert transactions to Mint/QB Online/Xero format?

Why should I trust CSV2CSV?

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Do you have a tutorial how to use CSV2CSV?

Yes, the step-by-step tutorial is avalable in video and screenshots format.