QB Issue Resolution:

I think that the issue is in the Cleared column. If you have that header,  make sure to change the N to a Y  for each transaction.





Here are a few other tips that may help you along the way:


  • Never import an IIF without backing up your data first because the process is irreversible
    • When working with IIF files, I normally work out of a copy of the company file until I get the results I want. Then I re-import to the working file after backing it up
  • For large amounts of data, I prefer to use a transaction importer, or if using QuickBooks  Desktop Accountant, I use the Batch Import Transactions tool

Resolution for Issue 'IIF Import' available: Yes (Solved).
Source: Intuit Community forum.

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