Mint to QIF

Derek Atkins warlord at MIT.EDU
Tue Jun 18 10:36:57 EDT 2013


Chris Lonsberry <chris.lonsberry at> writes:

> Hi all,
> Since I used Mint for a while before converting to GnuCash I have a lot of
> history over there. I'm pleased enough with GnuCash that I wanted to try to
> import it. I did a little manual massage in Excel and got it into csv
> format, but it turns out that's very limitted, so I would like to convert
> from Mint csv format to QIF.
> Before I dive into python and try to hack this out, I thought I would ask
> if it has been done before. I also have not touched python in about 3
> years, so it would be much easier if I had a good starter file to work with.

If you're already in Excel then you can try Calc2QIF

> Thanks,
> Chris

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