The IIF file is a generic data format type used by Intuit QuickBooks to work with and export financial data.
The IIF file is saved in a text-based, tab-delimited format, similar to a TSV file, and can be imported by QuickBooks and most spreadsheet programs, including Excel.
The name IIF comes from Intuit Interchange Format.
QuickBooks is financial and accounting work software, suitable for both companies and individuals.
Intuit defined the IIF format standard, specifically for QuickBooks software, which is compatible with all operating systems on the market, since it is a cloud-based system.
Basically, the IIF format is a data exchange file containing lists and transactions, readable by the Quickbooks and compatible software.
It is important to note that the IIF format is proprietary, although its readability is universal.
To open an IIF file you need one of the following software packages:
If you downloaded a IIF file on Android device you can open it by following steps below:
To open IIF File on iOS device follow steps below:
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