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I am so thankful to be able to download my transactions from my bank (SunTrust) and from my credit cards (Chase) directly into QuickBooks using their Online Services. PayPal, what would it take for you to support Quickbooks Online Banking? I pay $9.95 a month to SunTrust for this service, I'd be willing to pay you this much for it as well. I understand that licences to Intuit cost $3000 or so for you to be able to provide this data to our QuickBooks software.
Or, can you advise if there is a 3rd party vendor we should be searching for in the list of names in the Quickbooks Online Services setup page?
In addition to an ebay store I have another online store. I've been fighting this issue for years trying to find the 'solution' to not having to manual enter data into QB's. What I have discovered is Quickbooks is not exactly 'friendly' to making things happen for us online and Paypal users. Ebay recently announced "Outright" and I have been tiptoeing into checking this out. I went ahead and enrolled mid year last year but largely ignored it until sitting down yesterday and working on my books. (I've been firefighting after an injury) After sitting down with my bookkeeper for 3 hours and really digging into it, fixing a few entries she looked at me and said, "your taxes are going to be SO easy this year". In the past we have downloaded the Transaction detail reports onto excel and broke things down to then hand enter into quickbooks. Now Outright is doing 100% of my online for me and I just have to enter those totals. My first customer service experience with them was excellent! Real people, answering real questions! Outright was started by old Quickbooks employees who saw this need and appear to be filling it. It will not only integrate with your Paypal & Ebay accounts, you can hook up your credit cards and other accounts to it. And now I don't have to worry about losing this data to a computer crash either. (That has happened to me twice). Bottom line is I would suggest you take a serious look at it and test out their "Customer Service". To me, that will say a lot about a company from the start.