Make your files compatible with Quickbooks 2013-2023, convert from CSV to IIF, QBJ (Intuit QuickBooks General Journal Entry GJE).
Need to import bank or credit card transactions in a CSV file into Quickbooks 2013-2023, but cannot seem to make it work? The problem is that your bank only provides transactions in a format that Quickbooks 2013-2023 cannot read.
The Solution: try General Journal Entries app. It can convert your transactions into a format from CSV to IIF, QBJ (Intuit QuickBooks General Journal Entry GJE) can import.
Please notice that this product is replaced with a new product, ProperConvert, supports more file formats and allows to use your existing license within the scope of the previously purchased converter.
Convert transaction files to the IIF, QBJ (Intuit QuickBooks General Journal Entry GJE) format
- General Journal Entries extracts transactions from CSV files. It creates IIF, QBJ (Intuit QuickBooks General Journal Entry GJE) files ready to import into Quickbooks 2013-2023.
- No data entry: convert data you already have in bank or credit card transactions file format to the IIF, QBJ (Intuit QuickBooks General Journal Entry GJE) format
- Smart: General Journal Entries understands many layouts. It finds columns like date, amount, description, etc. of your transactions.
- Easy to use: Converting your banking transactions into IIF, QBJ (Intuit QuickBooks General Journal Entry GJE) files could not be any easier. In a few clicks, you will have all your transactions converted to importable by Quickbooks 2013-2023 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: General Journal Entries converts all your banking transactions on your computer.
Need to import multiple general journal entries in your CSV/Excel file into QuickBooks?
Try the GJE (General Journal Entries) app (formerly CSV2QBJ converter). It can convert your general journal entries into a format that QuickBooks Desktop can import.
Import General Journal Entries Into QuickBooks
For QuickBooks desktop, convert to IIF format almost any available QuickBooks version or QBJ format if you have QuickBooks Desktop 2013 or later, QuickBooks Enterprise 13 or later, QuickBooks Desktop for Mac 2013 or later.
Convert multiple journal entries as one file
The GJE app converts multiple journal entries in your CSV or Excel in one IIF or QBJ file.
To help you work fast and efficient with one CSV or Excel, the app supports processing of multiple journal entries.
Work in Excel or export from other system in your workflow
Your ecommerce, production or other purpose system may export general journal entries as CSV or TXT format. The GJE app understands different date formats, numeric formats, decimal and other separators, encodings, so you can use exported CSV file with minimal or no changes required.
IIF or QBJ choice
The IIF and QBJ formats have their advantages and disadvantages compared to each other in different situations. With the GJE app you have a choice to utilize each format effectively.
How can I use General Journal Entries to convert transactions from CSV format?
- Download, install and run the software
- Select a CSV file with transactions and review transactions
- Backup your accounting software file before importing any file
- Click Convert to convert CSV to a IIF, QBJ (Intuit QuickBooks General Journal Entry GJE) file
- Import created file to Quickbooks 2013-2023
Always Backup your accounting software company data file
Before importing any files into your accounting software, make sure to backup your company data file. Apps like QuickBooks or Quicken provide easy to use and fast backup options that will take few seconds and save you lots of lost time in case of incorrect import. Import data with confidence you can easily rollback to previous state. Do backups for major changes like disabling online services as well.
Many accounting software packages like QuickBooks Desktop (any edition like QuickBooks Pro or QuickBooks Premier or QuickBooks Accountant) provide a buffer zone (bank feeds center) to review imported transactions and delete (ignore) or add to the register. Online solutions like Xero or QuickBooks Online have similar interface to review and match imported transactions.
Why should I trust General Journal Entries?
- It runs and processes your files on your computer
- It does not send your transactions anywhere
- Please check our product testimonials
If I need any help with conversion, can you help me?
- Free support is available before and after the purchase
- All license options include specified Premium support period after the purchase
- The Personal and Team licenses include ongoing conversion support
Can I try before purchasing?
- Yes. General Journal Entries is free to download and try.
- Your file will be fully parsed in the trial mode, so you can verify that General Journal Entries understands your transactions file correctly.
- You can create a fully functional and loadable IIF, QBJ (Intuit QuickBooks General Journal Entry GJE) file before purchasing (with limitation to 10 transactions - this limitation is removed after you register).