Intuit Quicken and QuickBooks

See Oct. 2019 conversion guides at bottom

Bank transaction data accessed within your DSBconnect login will integrate in certain ways with Intuit's Quicken and QuickBooks (Q/QB) programs through the Export function in DSBconnect and the Web Connect function within Q/QB. Here is how to export:

  1. Login to DSBconnect and access the range of transactions desired.
     
  2. Click Export.
     
  3. Choose the file format you want, such as .QFX or .QBO.
     
  4. Name and save the file to your computer/device.
     
  5. Open your Quicken/QuickBooks and follow the Web Connect instructions for importing a file.

Once you complete this, you are a user of Quicken/QuickBooks and no longer a user of DSBconnect, and the bank's level of support stops here.

DISCLOSURE: Denison State Bank is a contracted banking partner for the Web Connect service with Intuit’s Quicken and QuickBooks. The bank does not claim to be able to support or guarantee integration through Express Web Connect. Any bank data that you have imported into any version of Quicken and QuickBooks up to this point, and any hereafter, is the responsibility of the bank account holder/Intuit user, and the bank will not be held liable for any inability to access data once it has been imported into those programs.

Help During and After Oct. 29 Conversion:

If you use Quicken or QuickBooks, read the applicable post-conversion guides:

Troubleshooting Guide

Web Connect - Quicken - Windows

Web Connect - Quicken - Mac

Web Connect - QuickBooks - Windows

Web Connect - QuickBooks - Mac

Express Web Connect - Quicken - Windows

Express Web Connect - Quicken - Mac

Express Web Connect - QuickBooks Online

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