Planning to upgrade and convert Peachtree 2008/ Sage 50 files to QuickBooks Desktop Pro?

Converting files is never easy, and you’ve made the switch to Quickbooks but you have years of data that need to be converted. Though Peachtree is a good bookkeeping and accounting program, Quickbooks is the largest and most recognizable name in the industry with the widest array of applications. Making the switch from Peachtree to Quickbooks takes time, patience and a little technical know-how to make it happen.

You need to remember to back up your data. It’s always advisable to make a backup of any data you plan to modify. Even though this conversion tool will work, according to Intuit (the maker of Quickbooks) a good rule of thumb is always back up your data first. If something goes wrong, you can always resort to the backup and make another copy and name your files. You can choose to go by name or ID, but it is advisable to use names for easy reference. Make the title succinct–Quickbooks Data is limited to 41 characters, and you can’t use the same name twice. If you have two Fourth Quarters, for example, Quickbooks will automatically assign numbers after the name (001, 002, 003).

E-tech offers an industry-standard migration service to convert your Peachtree data file to Quickbooks Enterprise, Pro, Premier, Accountant, or Quickbooks Online. This is a full-service Peachtree data migration with all lists and transactional history.

The following is a summary of lists and transaction types converted from Sage 50 to Quickbooks:


Chart of Accounts

Customer list

Vendor List

Jobs List

Employee List

Service Items

Inventory Items

Non-Inventory Items

Assembly Builds Items



Customer Payments

Credit Memo

Sales Receipts


Vendor Credits

Vendor Payments


Journal Entries

Item Receipts

Inventory Adjustments

Liability Adjustments

Paychecks (as Journal Entries)

Payroll Liability Checks

Sales Tax Payments



Sales Orders

Purchase Orders

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