Although you can direct-import Quicken 2018, 2019, and 2020 into 2019 TurboTax for Windows Basic, Deluxe, Premier, or Home Business, you'll need to import from the Quicken .txf file if you're using Quicken 2016 or earlier.
If you're using TurboTax for Mac (which doesn't support direct import) or are experiencing problems with the direct import, you can import from the Quicken .txf file as well.
You can also import .txf files created in other financial software (containing stock trades, for example) and import that into TurboTax.
- Open (continue) your return in TurboTax.
- From the TurboTax File menu in the upper-left corner, select Import followed by From Accounting Software (Windows) or From TXF Files (Mac).
- Follow the instructions.
Note: Neither TurboTax Online nor TurboTax Business supports imports from the .txf file.