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Frequently asked questions
Some providers such as Paypal and some Bank Institutions won't export QIF files, for Ms Money, Quicken Sage, GnuCash, FreshBooks, Turbocash, Cashbook, KMyMoney. This tool will convert the files for you so that you can inport it in your accounting software.
Some CSV files are not standard, the solution is to open the CSV in Excel and re-save it by adding Quotes, see this tutorial https://csvconverter.biz/blog/how-fix-csv-file-not-being-converted
If your CSV file contains a column that specifies the type of the amount (Debit/Credit) you can map that column as: Type.
The amount will be generally a positive number. During the process of conversion, the Type will be used to specify if the number is negative.
On the Mapping you can select your country.
This will define you currency and decimal separators on the converted file.
CSV Converter should work on most of the browsers. But it might not work on some versions of Internet Explorer. For the best experience, its recommended to use Chrome.
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Previously, the output file would be saved directly on your web browser. That was causing a lot of problems to people that could not find the download folder.
Now, the files are sent to your email. Make sure you add CSV Converter to your allowed contacts to avoid having the email put in the Junk Box.