Hundreds and hundreds of errors importing QIF file

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BinNH

23 Nov, 2019 02:56 AM

OK, I installed MD, exported from Quicken to a QIF file and got it imported. What I got was hundreds and hundreds or errors that make no sense. Some of my individual securities that are already in an investment account show up as separate investment accounts rather than in the investment account they belong within. This sometimes makes the balances in the investment accounts they belong in negative, but always wrong whether positive or negative. Other things are wrong that I haven't figured out yet. This looks like a great app, but if I can't import my past 12+ years of Quicken history without all of these mistakes, I won't be able to use it.

  1. 1 Posted by dantdavis on 23 Nov, 2019 04:20 AM

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    As someone dealing with the same situation, you need to be more specific for anyone at Moneydance to be able to help. Like pictures, examples, etc.

    I've found they are "mostly" there, but there are specifics which you might be dealing with that need to be dealt with. (For me, it's mostly about cash balances, not splitting investment accounts)

    Just a suggestion to get more specific. I think Moneydance will work for me, your mileage may differ.

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