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  1. #1
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    converting financial files

    Greetings! I am using KeepMyMoney and want to know if it is possible to convert my saved files to Quicken files to use in tax software for filing taxes. Thanks RJ

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    Re: converting financial files

    Never heard of "KeepMyMoney" ... and neither has google by all accounts... if it is a piece of software drill down the "export" or "save as" menu and see what it offers

    ... or you could read the (F) manual?

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    Re: converting financial files

    Do you mean kmymoney?

    If yes, will this help?



    QIF is quicken interchange format.
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