You may want to convert your information from QuickBooks into Quicken, but Intuit does not have an automated method to convert QuickBooks data into Quicken data.
If you are comfortable with exporting information from QuickBooks and manipulating data in excel, you could export your lists and/or vendors from QuickBooks, copy/paste the data into the Quicken interface files and import the data into Quicken.
The following steps are a guideline to how the data can be exported from QuickBooks, manipulated in Excel and imported into Quicken.
Export your Chart of Accounts (COA) and Vendor List to your desktop.
This is a sample of the data exported for the chart of accounts.
This is a sample of the data exported for the vendor list..
Note: In the QuickBooks export file, Hidden = N is an active account, Hidden = Y is in inactive account.
Or you can export your vendor list to excel.
This is a sample of the data exported for the vendor list using excel.
This is a sample of the data exported for account list.
Note. You will need to enter at least one address before you can export.
Then you will map the fields to be imported by matching Quicken fields to QuickBooks fields.
To import your addresses: