How can I import payroll journal entries from third party payroll software? (csv)

We currently use QBO Payroll but are having to move to third party software as we'll soon have too many employees for QBO Payroll to handle. I still want to use QBO for our accounts but can see no way to import journal transactions each month from a csv file (or any type of file!). Am I missing something?

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Hi Angela,

QuickBooks Online does not have a native way to import journal entries from a text or csv file but I would check with your new payroll provider if they have a interface to QuickBooks Online if not then you could always use one of the third party apps that you can find in QuickBooks Apps Center that can import journal entries.  Here is one that I am the publisher of:

https://appcenter.intuit.com/zed-axis-import-qbo

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