Data import from Quicken 2015 for Mac

Quicken 2015 for Mac is feature rich and helps you easily manage your money 24/7. You can get access to it anytime, anywhere with no hassles. Be it staying on top of spending and bills or making smart investment decisions, Quicken for Mac always matters the most. It is a complete financial solution with instant access and bank-level security that has several improved features. It also helps you save time maximum time from being wasted and ensure better control of your money. Moreover, free phone support from Quicken help center and other independent Mac technical support providing companies promises you the best out of the accounting software running on Mac with no hassles. This support is meant for getting started, upgrade, or set up new features. When it comes to data transfer, Quicken 2015 for Mac doesn’t export QIF files.


Quicken 2015 for Mac Support exports data only with QMTF files that are just QIF files with a different extension. But Quicken users can easily export their data from Quicken 2015 for Mac into a QMTF file. Just rename the exported file and rename it to have a QIF file extension. Finally, it can be easily imported into Moneydance, a powerful and easy-to-use personal finance app for Mac. Following are some of the major steps that you can easily use in order to import data:

  • First of all, go to File -> Export, then export data of your need to the Quicken 2007 format in Quicken.
  • Then, select the date range for the transactions to import required data into Moneydance in the “Export Options” area. Then, click the Next button.
  • After doing so, it is high time to enter a name for the exported data. After this, you need to choose a location to save the data. The next step you need to take is to click the Save button and wait for exported data get saved to your computer.
  • After this, you need to find the QMTF file that you have already exported and rename the same file with a .qif extension in place of a .qmtf extension.
  • Finally, you have safely finished the export and renamed your file with a .qif extension. Now, you need to simply follow all the instructions needed to import data from Quicken in QIF format for the purpose of safely importing data into Moneydance.
  • Once you are done with all these steps, it is expected that your data should be successfully be imported into the personal finance app for Mac.
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