User friendly OS X utility that offers you the possibility to quickly preview and convert OFX, QFX, QIF, or OFC files to the QBO format

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Bank2QBO is an unsophisticated macOS application designed to help you convert your bank statements to the QBO format in order to make them compatible with the QuickBooks accounting software.

The utility is able to work with some of the most popular bank transactions files, such as OFX, QIF, QBX, OFC, ASO, or QFX.

Quickly preview the content of your bank statement files

The Bank2QBO functionalities revolve around two tasks: viewing the source files content, and converting them to the QBO format. Within the Bank2QBO main window, you can easily browse to the file you want to process, and the app will automatically display all the recorded transactions.

In addition, Bank2QBO also allows you to visualize the source for the bank statement files: you are able to quickly copy the code to your clipboard and use it in other apps.

Even though the source code panel is editable, the changes will not be reflected in the transactions panel, and you cannot save them within the Bank2QBO app.

Hassle-free converter tool for your bank statement files

Note that Bank2QBO cannot open multiple files at the same time and that you cannot edit the transactions. However, you can change the amount sign, you get to adjust the QIF date format, and to select the accounting software edition (USA, Canada, or other) for the output file.

The next step is to press the “Convert” button placed in the bottom right corner of the app’s main window. Bank2QBO will prompt for the output file name and location, and then quickly performs the conversion.

Straightforward solution for converting bank statement files to the QuickBooks format

If you are using the QuickBooks accounting software and your bank emits statements in a format that is not compatible with the application, Bank2QBO can help you solve the problem in no time, with minimal effort.

We at AppsForMyPC have tested and used Bank2QBO for Mac and it worked pretty smoothly 🙂 🙂