• Next Maxprog online event is scheduled to go live soon!

    You can attend the event here: live.maxprog.com
    You can already ask questions on the very same page.

    You can also add the event to your calendar by clicking on Add to Calendar
    or click on the YouTube button to subscribe to our channel.
  • Customer ideas and suggestions are our fuel!

    To allow you to submit feature requests hassle-free we just created a Feature Request page.
    You can access it here: feedback.maxprog.com/

    That page gives you access to all the feature requests that have been submitted so far, and,
    + You can upvote feature requests
    + You can subscribe to feature requests
    + You can check a feature request status

Payee field missing in QIF Export


New Member
I have noticed that the payee field does not seem to be exported when using the full QIF export feature. At least, when I've tried importing the resultant file into alternative programs the payee data is missing. Inspection of the file shows that the payee field is empty.

Is this intended behaviour? It looks like a bug to me.

The problem is I can see the transaction in new program but they are missing the payee data and therefore I'd have to guess who I paid by looking at the category data.

(I am looking at alternative programs simply because iCash's reconciliation feature is a bit weak: The documented menthod of using a query for transactions adding up to the reconciliation amount is both inaccurate and clunky and assumes all transactions have been entered correctly.

The best I have come up with is to manually search for matching transactions. But this is very slow. The reconciliation features in iBank and MoneyDance are much better - and are more like MS Money on the PC.

In all other respects iCash is good. If the reconciliation can be improved then I would have no need to look elsewhere and therefore the export wouldn't be a real issue.)


Staff member
You can fill a support ticket for the payee issue and a feature request for the reconciliation. Just describe how you would like to see it.