Importing from a Quicken .txf file
Article ID: GEN12187
Although you can import data from Quicken 2011 or later directly into TurboTax for Windows without creating a .txf file, you'll need to import from the .txf file in certain situations. These include:
- Importing Quicken 2010 or earlier data into TurboTax for Windows;
- Importing Quicken data into TurboTax for Mac;
- If Quicken and TurboTax are on different computers;
- Problems with direct Quicken import in TurboTax for Windows.
More info about importing from Quicken .txf files:
- Quicken import is supported by CD/Download software versions of TurboTax Basic, Deluxe, Premier, and Home & Business for both Windows and Mac.
- TurboTax Online and TurboTax Business do not support Quicken import.
- TurboTax does not support import .txf (tax exchange file) files for Employee Stock Purchase Plan (ESPP) sales. These must be manually entered into TurboTax.
- You must create a separate .txf file for capital gains (other than ESPP sales) so you can import this information into Schedule D in TurboTax.