how to transfer a quickbooks bank account file from one quickbooks company to another

I have a buisness bank account and personal bank accounts under one Quickbooks company. My accountatn wants them seperated. Can I start a new Quickbooks company and transfer just the business bank account transactions without the personal bank account data included?
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    Not from within QB. You'll need a 3rd party app, check here http://marketplace.intuit.com
    • Which App?
    • You'll have to search for one that will  do what you need.
    • Thanks. I could only find something for transferring to QuickBooks online.
    • Do a Google search for big red consulting.
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    SkinnyRaven gave you one option.

    The other is to save the file with a new name. Open it and go to the register of the unwanted account. Highlight one entry then click Control and D at the same time on your keyboard. Click Enter. This will delete the entry. Keep doing that until you have no more entry in this register. Delete the bank account in the COA. After a few clicks, you will be able to go very fast - do not use your mouse or it will slow you down.

    This method works if your register has a reasonable amount of entries.

    By the way, deleting the bank activity may also require you to delete associated entries such as bills, invoices, receive payments, credit cards, etc.
    • QB will not allow the deletion of a bank account that has any transactions.
    • Correct: delete the transactions first, then delete the bank account.
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