Looking for expert to convert Sage 50 to QB Premier - Conversion tool is a joke

I am looking for someone to talk too about converting my Sage 50 to QB Prem - The full conversion and not using the tool out there - it doesnt work right


Welcome to the Community, ricky.

Let me share to you my knowledge about converting Sage 50 into QuickBooks Desktop.

Before you convert your data file, you'll have to ensure that Sage 50 and QuickBooks Desktop are installed locally on the same computer and both data files are saved locally in your computer's hard drive.

However, there are limitations to what the tool can convert. For Payroll information, paychecks will be converted as journal entries. Here's some other information that can't be converted:

  • Fixed Asset items
  • Work tickets
  • Closed or partially closed Sales Orders, Purchase Orders, and Estimates
  • Employee Year-To-Date (YTD) information
  • Payroll Items
  • Individual employee wage or deduction information

You can check this link for more information about this: https://community.intuit.com/articles/1436955

However, if you still have questions about this, I recommend contacting our Technical Support team. They have the additional tools that can pull up your account in a secure environment to take a closer look at the issue such as screen sharing.

You can check this article for more information on how to reach them: QuickBooks Desktop support.

That's it. Let me know if there's anything else that I can help you with the account. Have a great rest of the day.

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