PayPal to Quicken
Do Any of These Apply to You?
- Do you use PayPal for your business and need to load your PayPal transactions into Quicken?
- Do you need more than 90 days worth of transactions?
- Do you need email addresses or other info from your PayPal transactions loaded into your Quicken register?
- Would you like to automatically split the PayPal transaction into income and expense categories?
MoneyThumb offers two alternatives for improved PayPal import
CSV2QIF – If you are importing PayPal transactions only once, then CSV2QIF is slightly simpler. It can perform the automatic generation of split transactions. QFX does not support splits or categories.
CSV2QFX – If you are merging with an existing Quicken account or intend to import PayPal transactions into Quicken on a regular basis and want to avoid duplicate transactions, then you should use CSV2QFX.
You can import an unlimited history of PayPal transactions into Quicken quickly and easily using either CSV2QIF or CSV2QFX. And you can control which information is loaded into the Quicken Payee and Memo fields. Additionally, CSV2QIF can automatically generate Quicken split transactions from the PayPal downloaded file.