QB File Merge Service

How to merge two or more Quickbooks company files into a single company file?
Quickbooks File Merge Service

Merging Quickbooks Company Files
Do you need to merge two or more Quickbooks company files into a single company file? We offer an industry-standard solution to combine data from multiple company files into a single company file. The results are guaranteed. We can additionally add classes to all transactions in each company file which can be used for reporting purposes. The merged file is audited to ensure all transactions were merged correctly.

To combine multiple company data files, the chart of accounts in both files cannot have the same account name with different types. For example, if one company file has an account with name 'Accounts Receivable' of type AccountsReceivable, the second company cannot have an account name with the name 'Accounts Receivable' of another type. To resolve this issue, rename one of the accounts to 'Accounts Receivable1'.

Also, only one company file can have Payroll transactions. If both company files have payroll, the payroll transactions cannot be merged. Other than that, all transactions types can be merged. Any number of files can be merged into a single Quickbooks data file or converted to Quickbooks Online.

How it works?
The actual file merge process is simple. You upload backup copies of the Quickbooks files you want to merge. We merge the files and send you a secure download link to download the merged file. This service works with all international versions of Quickbooks including the US, UK, Canadian, and Australian editions. Weekend service is available.


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