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Quicken® & QuickBooks®

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 Easily Manage, Organize and Track Your Business Finances

Northwest Bank is compatible with Quicken® and QuickBooks® allowing you to efficiently organize your business finances saving you time and money. 

  • No manual data entry | Once you're set up, you can download all your transactions right into Quicken® or QuickBooks® - instead of typing them in by hand.
  • Automatically reconcile data | Data includes complete transaction and balance information to make categorization and account reconciliation easy.
  • Eliminate duplicate transactions | Incorporates a special transaction-matching algorithm that prevents the download of duplicate transactions.
  • Easy to use | Files may be automatically opened by Quicken® or QuickBooks® directly from your Northwest Bank Business Online banking, which eliminates the need for you to search for files that have been downloaded.

 There are two ways to connect your Online Business Banking to Quicken® or QuickBooks® either with Direct Connect or Web Connect. 

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How is Direct Connect different from Web Connect? 

Web Connect is a way to download transactions directly from your Northwest Bank Business Online Banking and import them manually into Quicken® or QuickBooks®.

Direct Connect links directly with your accounts through your online banking and automatically downloads transactions into Quicken® or QuickBooks®. Northwest Bank is providing this service at no additional cost to our business banking customers enrolled in Business Online Banking.

    

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What You Need To Get Started

  • Be enrolled in Online Business Banking WITHOUT a security token access.
  • Contact your Treasury Management Rep to setup a view only access with export capabilities. 

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Questions? Please contact a Treasury Service Representative or give our Customer Service Center at 1.800.678.4105 (Monday - Friday 7:00 am - 7:00 pm and Saturday 9:00 am - 1:00 pm CST) for assistance. 


Frequently Asked Questions

What is Direct Connect? 

Direct Connect is an Intuit solution that provides our online banking business customers the ability to conveniently connect and access their account information and download transactions directly from within Quicken® or QuickBooks®.

How is Direct Connect different from  Web Connect? 

Web Connect is a way to download transactions directly from your Northwest Bank Business Online Banking and import them manually into Quicken® or QuickBooks®. Direct Connect links directly with your accounts through your online banking and automatically downloads transactions into Quicken® or QuickBooks®.

How do I enroll in Direct Connect? 

You do not need to enroll in Direct Connect as it is available within your Quicken® or QuickBooks® application. Follow the instructions above to activate Direct Connect.

Is Direct Connect available to all Northwest Bank Business clients? 

Yes, Direct Connect is available through Quicken® and QuickBooks® to our business banking customers who are enrolled in Business Online Banking. 

Is there a fee for Direct Connect? 

No, Northwest Bank is providing this service at no addtional cost to our business banking customers enrolled in Business Online Banking. 

Are there requirements to use Direct Connect? 

Yes, you will need to be enrolled in Northwest Bank Online Business Banking and either the current versions (or one of the pervious two versions) of Quicken® or QuickBooks®.            


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Use Direct Connect to efficiently organize your business finances saving you time and money with Quicken® and QuickBooks®

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