I. Import Data From a File:
A. Get TAPro Ready for a .OFX File Download.
If you can download a .QIF, .QFX or .OFX file then TAPro can import it.
First setup TAPro so it is ready to receive the file.
Otherwise you will need to save the file and then load it from within
TAPro. If the file is captured by Quicken or Money this setup setup
will enable you to save the file.
Within TAPro, select "Associated File Types"
Select the check boxes for "Import .QIF, QFX and OFX",
this enables TAPro to directly receive the file during the download
Leave TAPro open so it can receive the file download.
If the file is still captured by Quicken or Money then -
B. Download the
Log into your account.
Look for Tax Tools, Transaction History or
download file types supported.
Select an appropriate data range.
For Example to download a prior year plus additional trades:
- Select From: 01/01/2006
- Select To: 10/02/2007
C. Import the File.
Alternatively, if TradeAccountantPro does
not appear in the list then select
"Save to Disk".
Then open TAPro and choose
D. Import and Alternative File (tab or comma
If you select an Excel file the follow the brokers
instructions for downloading the file. The TAPro import utility is flexible.
Use Excel to open the file and save it as "tab delimited." Then during the
import process select "Tab" as the delimiter of the data.
When you start an import select the file that you want to
import and TAPro will determine if it needs guidance. If guidance is
needed then follow the steps in the menus that appear. At the
beginning of the process create a new profile name or select an existing
profile. TAPro will attempt to reuse this profile for each import of
the same type file to the same account in TAPro.
If there is an error in your profile you may need to select the Edit check box
during the import process so you can make changes.
To remove a profile select "Import Rules/Profile Manager" from the
II. Enter Data Manually:
You can manually enter trades from the Transaction Screen
by selecting the "Add" button.
Export to 3rd Party Tax
Training Videos (with voice):