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Transferring data from Sage Instant Accounts to QuickBooks


Could anyone tell me how to transfer data fromSage Instant Accounts to QuickBooks (online version) please.

Also any recommendations Sage Business Cloud? or QuickBooks? (I've used QuickBooks previously).



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Hi Chrissy,

Never used it but you could have a look at movemybooks.co.uk.

HTH.



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Hi Chrissy,

This is the advice from QB -https://quickbooks.intuit.com/learn-support/en-uk/migrate-services/conversion-options-to-migrate-from-sage-50-to-quickbooks-online/01/404756

As I understand it Sage Instant was discontinued and became Sage 50 - forgive me if this is incorrect I'm not a Sage user.

Edited to correct link as somehow ended up on Canadian QB!



-- Edited by BudgetB on Friday 28th of August 2020 06:08:34 PM

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