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i’m a pretty biased source being the CEO of Expensify, but I can assure you we export countless reports to QuickBooks all the time. Indeed, it’s one of our major selling points. It works pretty much exaclty as you suggest:
1) Your client creates a report in Expensify
2) They click “submit” and enter your email address
3) You receive an email notification and click the contained link (or look at the report in the Reports page online)
4) You see the full report, click “approve”, then “export to…” and follow the steps to set up your QuickBooks connection (online, desktop, etc). (You can also set up multi-stage approval workflows, sync the categories with your QB chart of accounts, import your classes into the “tags” list, etc.)
5) Additionally, we include integrated direct deposit to do the reimbursement itself, if that appeals to you.
Resolution for Issue 'Upload from Expensify to Quickbooks' available: Yes (Solved).
Source: Intuit Community forum.
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