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How To Export Files From QuickBooks Pro

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Chelsea Krause

Chelsea Krause

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Chelsea Krause is a writer who has specialized in accounting for over three years and is a QuickBooks Certified User. She has a BA in English & Creative Writing from George Fox University and studied at the University of Oxford as well. She has been quoted in Forbes and her work appears in Startup Nation, Small Business Bonfire, and Women on Business.
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    Mike van de Water

    Please add more information (or create a new article) about budget export and import. Please include the following key points: 1) you need to have created a budget in the first place; 2) the IIF file will only export GL accounts where a balance exists 3) The budget export only contains account names, not numbers. 4) how to modify the dates in the IIF file, especially if your year-end isn’t 31 December.

      Jessica Dinsmore

      Hi Mike,
      Thank you for the suggestions- we will take those additions into consideration. In the meantime, this article covers both importing and exporting, so I think you should find it helpful.

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